|Carries||A82 trunk road|
|Crosses||Loch Leven and Loch Linnhe|
|Locale||Ballachulish in Scotland|
|Design||Steel truss with fabricated box chords|
|Constructed by||Cleveland Bridge & Engineering Company|
It crosses the narrows between Loch Leven and Loch Linnhe, linking the villages of South Ballachulish (Argyll) and North Ballachulish (Inverness-shire). It carries the A82 road, the main route between Glasgow and Inverness.
The bridge was built by the Cleveland Bridge & Engineering Company and opened in 1975, replacing the Ballachulish ferry. It is a two-lane road bridge of through steel truss construction with fabricated box chords. It was designed by W.A. Fairhurst and Partners of Newcastle upon Tyne.
- The Economist - Volume 259 - Page 27. 1976
- Scotland. Chris Townsend. Cicerone Press Limited, 2011
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