14. Scalpay Bridge

Ardinashaig, Scalpay, Isle of Harris, Outer Hebrides, HS4 3XZ

Type:Architectural Trail

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Scalpay Bridge opened in 1997 and was designed by Halcrow Crouch. It replaced a bow loaded ferry as Scalpay’s link to Harris. Its design had to consider complex geology, environmental impact, climactic conditions, the lack of existing infrastructure and fit the natural beauty of the location.

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* Open from Monday to Saturday from 10:00-17:00, contact directly for distillery tours.

What's Nearby


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    0.48 miles away
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  3. The Porpoise is our most common cetacean.

    2.71 miles away
  1. Black and white seabird with bright orange legs.

    2.71 miles away
  2. Large eagle species found mainly in coastal areas

    2.71 miles away

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    3.19 miles away

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    3.99 miles away
  5. The first distillery in Harris has opened it's doors. The Harris Distillery is a working…

    4.14 miles away
  6. Designed by John R. Coleman Architects, it occupies a strategic position in Tarbert,…

    4.14 miles away
  7. A medium sized moor land wader with a short bill dark underparts and golden upperparts

    5.25 miles away
  8. Flowering moorland plant that sets the moors alight in June and July.

    5.25 miles away
  9. An unmistakable mammal perfectly adapted to living in the water.

    5.42 miles away
  10. Situated at the foot of the southern slopes of the North Harris mountains, the remains of…

    6.52 miles away
  11. The mountain hare is about twice the size of a rabbit with much longer hind legs and a…

    7.18 miles away
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