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On our holiday in Scotland in August 2005 we came across this bridge, calles the White Bridge.
This bridge is located at the southside of Loch Ness, between Inverness and Fort Augustus.

One of the best examples of a hump-backed single span wade bridge, crossing the river Fechlin and carrying the military road engineered in 1732 (date on bridge) by Major William Caulfeild,roads inspector under general Wade.
This famous route linked the hanoverian barrack-forts of Inverness and Kilchumein, now Fort Augustus.
The hotel is believed to be on the site of a king's house.

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