Clachan Bridge - Argyll, Scotland - The “Bridge over the Atlantic” , opened 1793, spans 72ft & is 39ft high, links the west coast of the Scottish mainland with the island of Seil. The Clachan sound connects at both ends to the Atlantic Ocean.
Tigh-an-Truish Inn, Isle of Seil, Argyll, Scotland. Situated at the Seil end of the Clachan Bridge this 18th century building has a Gaelic name that means the house of trousers. After the Jacobite rebellion of 1745 was put down severely following the defeat of the Clans at Culloden, the wearing of the kilt was banned. The islanders were reputed to change from kilt to trews at the Inn before going to the mainland. Photo by David Fulton Davidson, 2014.