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Default Bridges over the river Tay: A salmon fishers view of the river

Here we post Google Street Views from all the road bridges over the River Tay from its Loch Tay beginnings at Kenmore and on downstream. Click on the views to rotate and look downstream.
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Default Bridge at Kenmore over Loch Tay and the river Tay

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Default Bridge at Aberfeldy, upper River Tay

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Default Bridge at Grandtully, Upper Tay

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Default Bridge over upper Tay near Ballechin

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Default Bridge over middle Tay

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Default Bridge over the middle Tay at Dunkeld

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Default Bridge over the middle tay at Caputh

This famous pool upstream of Caputh bridge is unfortunately not covered by Google Street View, however, here are photographs which show the Boat Pool, Glendelvine beat, where Miss Georgina Ballantine in 1922 caught her 64lb UK record salmon!




Victoria Cottage on the Boat Pool where Miss Ballantine lived with her father.
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Default Bridge at Islamouth on the Tay



Rotate the image 180 degrees to see the Tay/Isla junction in the distance
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Default View from the bridge over the Tay at Perth

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