Potarch bridge made famous by Donald Dinnie
Location:Aberdeenshire Countryside Aberdeenshire Scotland, United Kingdom
File name:Potarch Bridge Royal Deeside.jpg
Created on:15 Oct 2012
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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
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