Invercauld Bridge, also known as Bridge of Dee crosses the River Dee near Invercauld, between Crathie (Balmoral) and Braemar on the A93.

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Invercauld Bridge, also known as Bridge of Dee crosses the River Dee near Invercauld, between Crathie (Balmoral) and Braemar on the A93.
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Dawn at the General Wade Invercauld bridge over the River Dee on Balmoral Estate Royal Deeside, Scotland Though often referred to as a Wade bridge, as are many old Highland bridges, this actually dates from 1753, long after Wade had left Scotland, so it is the work of Major Caulfeild and was built as part of the military route . It was replaced by new Invercauld Bridge, built on the orders of and at the expense of Royalty, who valued their privacy at Balmoral
Location: Invercauld, Cairngorm National Park, Scotland uk