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Written by Ken Brunt - 23 Jan 2009
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Location notes
This spectacular viaduct is located in the Highlands a few miles north of the famous Slochd summit which is the Highland Main Line to Inverness.
Railway type and traffic
This is on the Highland Main line between Inverness and Perth. Scotrail DMUs, East Coast HSTs and the Caledonian Sleeper all use this route as well as regular enthusiast specials.
This location is in a very quiet and peaceful hamlet of Findhorm and close to a larger place called Tomatin.
Road directions
This location which is a few miles north of Slochd summit on the A9. Heading north after the summit you will see a left onto a small road signposted Tomatin. This road crosses the railway which will then be on your right as it follows the road. When you descend into the valley a large concrete bridge crosses the river. This is your location, Findhorn Bridge.

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Tomatin, Findhorn Viaduct map co-ordinates
Plenty of parking.
Public transport
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No facilities at all at this location.
Inverness will be the place for accommodation.
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Tomatin, Findhorn Viaduct

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Tomatin, Findhorn Viaduct general view map
Tomatin, Findhorn Viaduct close up map

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Tomatin, Findhorn Viaduct

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Photographic notes
Being a quietish road videography should be good, tho you may need a good zoom lens.

General views - All photographs © Ken Brunt unless otherwise stated
Fig 1 - Looking north

Fig 1 - Looking north

The viaduct in this view is around 3/4 of a mile away.

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