Thomas Telford’s Finest Highland Bridge by Tom Gomez

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Thomas Telford’s Finest Highland Bridge, in Perthshire, Scotland.

Dunkeld and Birnam on either side of the River Tay are linked by the solid seven arched bridge built in 1809.

The 4th Duke of Atholl commissioned Thomas Telford the great Scottish engineer to build the toll bridge in 1809. Telford did much to open the Highlands with canals, roads and bridges, many still in use today. In 1879 the locals successfully rioted against the continual toll charges, as the cost of the bridge must have been repaid by then. The large white toll gate was removed for the last time, in the middle if the night, to prevent a public demonstration

Three bracketed JPGs converted to HDR in Photomatix.


Related shots can be found at Dunkeld and Bridges.

Featured in : ImageWriting : 13 Nov 08
Featured in : The Scots are Coming : 13 Aug 10

Sold 1 Photographic Print : 6 Dec 11

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  • Mayina
    Mayinaover 6 years ago

    stunning shot Tom—absolutely beautiful…….. what is the Atholl Castle—been there, but eludes me for the minute…………

  • You probably mean Blair Athol Castle, Perthshire or possibly the Atholl Palace Hotel in Pitlochry.

    – Tom Gomez

    BLYTHARTover 6 years ago
    This is nice peaceful photo with a “feel good factor” to it. Thomas Telford also built a bridge at Morpeth, nine miles from us.
  • handprintz
    handprintzover 6 years ago

    Beautiful blues and greens Tom,great scene

  • Bootiewootsy
    Bootiewootsyover 6 years ago

    Wonderful scene.

  • Aishling O'Neill
    Aishling O'Neillover 6 years ago

    Very nice!!! :D

  • blondiegirl
    blondiegirlover 6 years ago

    nicely captured,

  • Mel Brackstone
    Mel Brackstoneover 6 years ago

    Well yeah, you’d think 70 years of tolls would be enough to pay for a bridge….lol! Still, no doubt the upkeep is costing a bomb now! Gorgeous sight, Tom, and thanks for the history too.

  • wildrider58
    wildrider58over 6 years ago

    stunning shot Tom.

  • Mayina
    Mayinaover 6 years ago

    Blair Atholl it was………

  • simba
    simbaover 6 years ago

    Fabulous Tom

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