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Gaelic: An t-Srùigh
Struy Church - - 1534588.jpg
Struy Church
Grid reference: NH401403
Location: 57°25’30"N, 4°39’50"W
Post town: Beauly
Postcode: IV4
Dialling code: 01463
Local Government
Council: Highland
Ross, Skye and Lochaber

Struy is a small village in the parish of Kilmorack, Inverness-shire about ten miles south-west of Beauly.

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 Struy Bridge a short distance to the north, carrying the A831 road. A minor road crosses the Mauld Bridge, over the River Glass, to the south-east of Struy.

Erchless Castle lies about a mile north-east of Struy.


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