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Doonfoot Bridge, River Doon
Doonfoot, South Ayrshire
Some new photos at the top of the page to show the bridge as part of the Ayrshire Coastal Path.
This view is looking north towards Ayr and the smaller image below shows the
Ayrshire Coastal Path wending its way along the coast as far as Ayr town centre and harbour.
The path is marked in blue.
This view is looking south towards Greenan Castle and the smaller image below shows the
Ayrshire Coastal Path wending its way along to the south.
The path is again marked in blue.
These are some older photos of general views looking south-east.
People often ask if 197 aerial photography's equipment ever affect wildlife.
The answer is always a clear and unequivocal no.
In this view as well as ducks, swans and seabirds all swimming happily to and fro under the camera you can also see on the left where a hippo just submerged and the wake of a playful dolphin on the right, just under the bridge.
OK. Tell the truth. The bit about the ducks was a fib.
The whole area from off-shore.
This is known as the Doonfoot Millennium Bridge and is a footbridge between Cunning Park and Doonfoot just short of Greenan Shore. It is also included in Stage 6 of the Ayrshire Coastal Path as well as being an important part of Cycle Route 7.
The beach on the left reaches to Ayr harbour about 2 miles away and on the right the beach is about 1.5 miles long and runs past Greenan Castle and Craig Tara Holiday Park, once called Butlin's at Ayr.
The Brig O'Doon is about a mile upstream from here.
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