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TITLE
Bonar Bridge and Kyle of Sutherland
EXTERNAL ID
QZP40_CARD_1853
PLACENAME
Bonar Bridge
DISTRICT
Dornoch and Creich
OLD COUNTY/PARISH
SUTHERLAND: Creich
SOURCE
Highland Libraries
ASSET ID
33774
KEYWORDS
sheep
Bonar Bridge and Kyle of Sutherland

Postcard of Bonar Bridge and the Kyle Of Sutherland.

Bonar Bridge is a village on the north bank of the Kyle of Sutherland, in the Parish of Creich in the County of Sutherland, Highland Region. The Kyle of Sutherland ("the Kyle" for locals) is a river estuary of the Rivers Oykel, Cassley, Shin and Carron that all enter the Kyle above the bridge at Bonar.

The estuary (downstream) and the rivers (upstream) separate Sutherland from Ross and Cromarty to the south. The estuary opens into the Dornoch Firth to the east.

Sutherland is a registration county, lieutenancy area and historic administrative county of Scotland. It is now within the Highland local government area.

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Bonar Bridge and Kyle of Sutherland

SUTHERLAND: Creich

sheep

Highland Libraries

Highland Libraries' Postcard Collection

Postcard of Bonar Bridge and the Kyle Of Sutherland.<br /> <br /> Bonar Bridge is a village on the north bank of the Kyle of Sutherland, in the Parish of Creich in the County of Sutherland, Highland Region. The Kyle of Sutherland ("the Kyle" for locals) is a river estuary of the Rivers Oykel, Cassley, Shin and Carron that all enter the Kyle above the bridge at Bonar.<br /> <br /> The estuary (downstream) and the rivers (upstream) separate Sutherland from Ross and Cromarty to the south. The estuary opens into the Dornoch Firth to the east.<br /> <br /> Sutherland is a registration county, lieutenancy area and historic administrative county of Scotland. It is now within the Highland local government area.