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Dulnain Bridge Village
Dulnain Bridge is a village in Strathspey next to the River Dulnain and the River Spey. It sits just three miles from Grantown-on-Spey and Aviemore. It is is the current terminus of the famous Strathspey Railway, a steam train that runs to Broomhill (Dulnain Bridge) through part of the Highlands from Aviemore. This unique trip takes around an hour and a half, and is run primarily by volunteers. The society has plans to extend the railway beyond Broomhill to Grantown on Spey, another 4 miles north. The would provide a invaluable service for locals as well as tourists.
There are Pictish carved stones nearby. Two Stone Age coffins were also found in the 1880s in a burial cairn in Curr Wood.
At the north end of the village sit a display of glaciated rocks called the roche moutonnées. Around 18,000 years ago Dulnain Bridge was covered by a sheet of glacier ice. As the ice moved along it ground down and shaped the rock. As the ice melted, it left smooth, exposed rock and a mixture of boulder and clay.