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The old and the new



This wooden trestle bridge carries the single-track Aviemore-Inverness railway across the Allt Creag Bheithen just N of the former station at Moy. This line was opened by the Highland Railway Company in 1897, and the bridge is now the only surviving structure of its type on a main-line railway in Scotland, possibly in Britain. It was retained due to the difficulty of securing foundations for a steel or masonry bridge. Its preservation in the early 2000's won 2 National ~Railway Heritage awards. I wanted to capture the latest technology crossing one of the oldest and show the wild and boggy nature of the terrain in this part of the North of Scotland.

Photo Details
Gallery name / Photographer:September 2021 / David Shillabeer
Camera:Canon EOS 90D
Lens:Canon EFS 18 - 135mm
Exposure including ISO (and film if used):f5.6 @1/500 +1 exp comp ISO 800
Date Taken:20.07.21
DateTime Original:2021:08:14 08:14:32
Exposure Time:1/500 sec
FNumber:f/5.6
Focal length:18 mm
ISO:800
Model:Canon EOS 90D