Water of Girvan

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This bridge takes a vehicle track across the Water of Girvan, and is part of the Straiton Paths' "Village Ramble"

The Water of Girvan (or River Girvan) (Scottish Gaelic: Garbhan / Abhainn Gharbhain) is a river in South Ayrshire, which has its source at Loch Braden Reservoir in the Carrick Forest section of Galloway Forest Park. This 28-mile (45 km) river passes through the villages of Straiton, Kirkmichael and Dailly en route to the Firth of Clyde at Girvan Harbour.

Coordinates: 55°15′N 4°51′W / 55.250°N 4.850°W / 55.250; -4.850