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Soon after leaving the original end of Loch Aineort township road, close to where the first school was built, the Kelp Road runs to the east, crossing the outflow from Loch Ceann a’ Baigh and continues east before turning to the southeast, heading towards the hilltop shieling huts at NF 777 296, to the south of Loch Bradan.
The route of the road is no longer marked on the O.S. Explorer maps but where it crosses the Abhainn Featag there is still the original vernacular stone bridge in situ and still marked on the Explorer map of the area.
Some dead vegetation and rank heather growth was carefully removed before taking the photo sequence for this 3D model.