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Amityville Bridge?

By hwatt  
Craigmin Bridge, Buckie, Scotland.

In the tiny hamlet of Drybridge close to the Moray town of Buckie is this remarkable structure, Craigmin Bridge, which I believe used to be on the railway line that serviced this relatively little known region of Scotland. The bridge has an amazing arrangement of multiple tiered stone arches and it is all in place to cross this tiny stream and well off the beaten track. I cannot help thinking that it has more than a passing resemblance to a rather spooky house in another quiet backwater hamlet, Amityville, those all to familiar eye shaped arches make the bridge seem more than a little bit creepy.

Tags: Scotland Eyes Bridge Arches Stone Woodland Stream Creepy Ferns Landscape and travel Buckie

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1 Sep 2020 2:28AM
This is one of the weirdest, strangest, most beautiful stone bridges I have ever seen. If there was an architect, what else did he or she do? If not, who was the designer....and how did they convince people to build this. I love it!!!

Nigel_NZ 15 26 2 New Zealand
1 Sep 2020 10:53AM
Wiki is your friend (hmmmmm) and all is revealed about this strange bridge, and as 'togs, more than meets the Eye, really interesting how it seems to have "grown".
JuBarney Plus
9 33 5 United Kingdom
1 Sep 2020 8:04PM
A terrific shot of this fascinating bridge

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