Potarch bridge made famous by Donald Dinnie

 
 
Potarch Bridge over the River Dee was built by the famous British engineer Thomas Telford in the 19th century. It is an important area for salmon fishing, and there is a hotel just over the bridge. Potarch bridge is the location of the famous Dinnie Stones carried by Donald Dinnie.<br />
Photography by Bill Bagshaw photographers at Potarch Banchory<br />
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  • Location:

    Aberdeenshire Countryside Aberdeenshire Scotland, United Kingdom
  • File name:

    Potarch Bridge Royal Deeside.jpg
  • Created on:

    15 Oct 2012
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    5340x3559
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    18.8MB
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Potarch Bridge over the River Dee was built by the famous British engineer Thomas Telford in the 19th century. It is an important area for salmon fishing, and there is a hotel just over the bridge. Potarch bridge is the location of the famous Dinnie Stones carried by Donald Dinnie.
Photography by Bill Bagshaw photographers at Potarch Banchory
www.dsider.co.uk. dSider whats on Royal Deeside guide
 
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