Tain Museum Image Library

Seaplane on Tain River
Tain Museum Image Library
Seaplane on Tain River

This picture shows a Sea Plane of the Royal Naval Air Service taking off from the estuary of Tain River. The river bank is lined with spectators and part of the suspension footbridge can be seen to the right-hand side of the photograph. Although not dated, it possibly relates to the earlier half of the twentieth century. See picture #81
Picture added on 17 May 2004
The 1902 Alexandra Suspension Bridge shown was manufactured by the Ross Street Foundry, Inverness.

Added by Dave Cooper on 29 September 2010
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