Union Bridge

A single-arch bridge which conveys the A96 trunk road (Regent Street) across the River Isla in Keith (Moray), the Union Bridge was built in 1770 to carry what was originally a military road. It widened 1816, enlarged and partly rebuilt 1912. The original arch is now largely encased in later masonry and concrete. The parapet is topped by low metal rails while there are small castellated corner towers with lamp standards. The structure is now C-listed.

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