Also known as the Moy Viaduct, this single track timber viaduct is north of Moy station. It has sufficient width for two lines, but a second was never laid. The length is roughly 132 ft.
It required steel reinforcing in 2001/2.
The bridge is a trestle bridge with five spans. The line 'floats' across a bog here, unable to take the weight of a conventional bridge.
The viaduct crosses the Allt na Slanaich burn.
Two other timber trestle bridges survive in Scotland, Fallin Bridge and Fordmouth Bridge.
Castle Stuart Platform
Fort George [1st]
Fort George [2nd]
| Tomatin Viaduct|
Findhorn Viaduct [Tomatin]
Culloden Battlefield Memorial
Knocknagael Boar Stone
|Location names in dark blue are on the same original line.|
|19/07/1897||Inverness and Aviemore Direct Railway (Highland Railway)|
Carrbridge to Daviot opened. This section includes the Aultnaslanach Viaduct, (currently the only in use timber railway viaduct left in Scotland).