The Cruachan Viaduct, Loch Awe

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The Cruachan Viaduct, Loch Awe

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The Cruachan Viaduct, Loch Awe
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The Cruachan Viaduct, carrying the Tyndrum-Oban trunk road A85 along the north shore of Loch Awe, was strengthened during the 1930s, but became inadequate for present-day traffic and a further major construction has recently been completed. E.H. Cooley

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