This is a picture of the Victoria Bridge which spans the River Dee at Torry.
Victoria Bridge was completed in 1881 after an accident in 1876. The necessity of building a new bridge downstream of the Wellington Suspension Bridge was precipitated during the April Holiday of 1876, when 32 people returning from a day trip to the beach at the Bay of Nigg were drowned on the overcrowded ferryboat at the Craiglug crossing. The new bridge was designed by Edward Blyth.
For more information on Torry and the surrounding area see the This is North Scotland Site
This is part of a collection of Scottish photographs which show the variety of landscapes and natural features which make up the country of scotland. On the site, there are further pictures which show such diverse topics as scottish castles to images of industrial landscapes. Whatever you are looking for in terms of pictures images or photographs of scotland then hopefully you will find it here