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north west of Castle Douglas, Dumfries and Galloway.
It has three wrought iron bowstring lattice girder spans of 138 ft, and is built on a curve of 880 yd radius to carry the Portpatrick Railway over the River Dee. The masonry of the piers rests on cast-iron tubes up to 42 ft deep, which were sunk by a novel use of screw-piles.
1965 Closed. Now privately owned and used for road access.