JULY 2009

Partially hidden by thick undergrowth is the two remaining arches of a packhorse bridge over the River Livet on the Glenlivet estate near Tomintoul

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Originally built with three arches. One of the arches was lost in the great flood of 1829.

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One of the surviving arches

History of the bridge

And the other surviving arch

All about the Glenlivet Estate

Signpost to the bridge

The River Livet

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Heaviest TURTLE ever weighed - Pacific Leatherback Turtle -  704.4 kg (1,522 lb)



 Longest SNAKE in the world - Reticulated (royal) Python -  10.7 mtrs (35 ft)



JULY  2009


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