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Digital Subscriptions > Argyllshire Advertiser > 20th May 2016 > Dunardry a bridge too far as residents’ canal protest grows

Dunardry a bridge too far as residents’ canal protest grows

PROTESTS are growing, a year on from the closure of Dunardry Bridge over the Crinan Canal.

The 116-year-old bridge, with its rarely-seen retractable cantilever design, was closed by Scottish Canals to all users in June 2015 as its condition deteriorated.

Scottish Canals claims it does not have the money to repair the bridge. But this is simply not good enough, say residents.

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