Autumn drive over Logierait bridge.

Published on Oct 21, 2015
Tour Scotland Autumn video of a drive over the old railway bridge over the River Tay on visit to Logierait, Perthshire. Opened in 1865 by the Inverness & Perth Junction Railway, the bridge at Logierait - often known as Tay Viaduct, comprises two 137-foot spans over the river, each formed of two lattice girders. These weigh a little over 100 tonnes a piece and gave the bridge a working load of 88 tonnes. It features side spans at both ends.