Crammond Brig (old Scottish for bridge), where the original 15th-century bridge once stood and served as the original coach house for coaches and travelers heading south into Edinburgh.
The Brig had immortality bestowed upon it by Sir Walter Scott with his description of how Jock Howieson rescued the disguised King James V from a fight and received lands around Braehead for service to his monarch.
The bridge has been replaced by a modern steel and concrete one a little further up the river. Now it forms part of a very pleasant river walk.
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Related shots can be found at: Lowland Scotland.
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