The Culloden Viaduct is an impressive railway bridge with multiple arches, located on the Highland Mainline. It spans the River Nairn near Clava, east of Inverness, and is sometimes known as the Clava Viaduct or Nairn Viaduct.
If you’re travelling by train on the Perth-Inverness main line, which includes routes between Inverness and Glasgow or Edinburgh, you should pass over this bridge just outside of Inverness. If you have a car, you can also view it from the roadside. You can actually drive right through one of the arches if you drive along the narrow country road that runs underneath it. There are some lovely spots by the banks of the River Nairn with excellent views of the viaduct, so remember to bring a picnic.
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