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Lothian Bridge, Pathhead, Midlothian, is unusual in being a road viaduct built across the valley of the River Tyne Water about 10 miles SE of Edinburgh by Thomas Telford in 1830. (Very similar to his Dean Bridge in Edinburgh)

Photographer: Brian Shuel

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