Moving ahead.

Moving ahead now with page Twenty one of my book. An image of Carrbridge in North East Scotland, looks inviting but as dangerous eddy currents. Carrbridge’s most famous landmark is the old packhorse bridge straddled over the River Dulnain, from which the village is named. The bridge, built in 1717, is the oldest stone bridge in the Highlands.

Carrbridge

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