|Struy shown within the Inverness area|
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|Sovereign state||United Kingdom|
|Postcode district||IV4 7|
The confluence of the River Farrar and the River Glass is a short distance to the east of Struy, here the rivers join to become the River Beauly. The River Farrar is crossed by Thomas Telford's five arch Struy Bridge a short distance to the north, this carries the A831 road. A minor road crosses the Mauld Bridge, over the River Glass, to the south-east of Struy.
Nature reserve and buildings
Erchless Castle lies about than 1.5 km north-east of Struy. The turreted and crenelated building was built in about 1600 and modified in 1790 and 1895. Nearby are the remains of an Iron-Age Dun which measures twelve metres by thirteen metres.
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- Ainmean-àite na h-Alba
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- Welcome, Beauly Church, Retrieved 25 March 2017
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