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By TrotterFechan
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At the Routin' Bridge - Irongray.

The only river strictly belonging to the parish is the Auld, which has its source on the confines of Kirkpatrick-Durham, and, after flowing for some miles through this parish in an eastern course, curves towards the north, and falls into the Cairn, which, afterwards taking the name of the Cluden, forms a boundary of the parish. The Auld water, near its influx into the Cairn, makes a small but picturesque cascade of two falls, the highest of which is twenty feet; and near the lower fall is a romantic bridge of one arch, which, from the noise of the water, has obtained the appellation of the Routing Bridge.

Tags: River Landscape and travel Torrent Irongray Routin' Bridge

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Spkr51 5 United States
25 Jan 2017 5:08PM
Great shot *****

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