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Bridge Across the Atlantic

It was a lovely brisk 1 degree C (33 degrees F) as I set out to cross a bridge over the Atlantic!

Technically, it is known as Clachan Bridge, and because the Clachan Sound connects to the Atlantic Ocean at both ends, meaning it has Altantic Ocean water flowing through it, the bridge came to be known as the Bridge over the Atlantic (Scottish Gaelic: a’ Dhrochaid thar a’ Chuain Siar).


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