The packhorse bridge used to cross the Alyth Burn as it flows through Alyth. This was built in about 1500 and can still be crossed on foot as you explore the old part of the town.

Alyth is in the region of Perth and Kinross in Scotland and lies just off the main road from Blairgowrie to Kirriemuir on the southern slopes of the hills that form the Forest of Alyth.

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Related shots can be found at: Highland Scotland.

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Comments

  • Mike Davitt
    Mike Davittalmost 7 years ago

    Nice one Tm

  • davidmilne
    davidmilnealmost 7 years ago

    They don’t make them like they used too,fab example!

  • Ozcloggie
    Ozcloggiealmost 7 years ago

    What pretty, soft colours! Great textures.

  • Sean Farragher
    Sean Farragheralmost 7 years ago

    nice catch

  • cherylc1
    cherylc1almost 7 years ago

    love the bridge and the stone- gorgeous

  • Barry Norton
    Barry Nortonalmost 7 years ago

    Good capture

  • paulscar
    paulscaralmost 7 years ago

    wow that is amazing!

  • Mar Silva
    Mar Silvaalmost 7 years ago

    Such a pretty scene.

  • Tim Denny
    Tim Dennyalmost 7 years ago

    Nice shot, like the greens

  • Joanne  Bradley
    Joanne Bradleyalmost 7 years ago

    Beautiful colored masonry and pleasing arches! Good one Tom!

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