-Glasgow Green
- St Andrew`s Suspension Bridge

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© David Williams


1854, Neil Robson

The St Andrew`s Suspension Bridge over the River Clyde is a grand pedestrian link between Glasgow Green and Hutchesontown.

With its fluted cast-iron Corinthian columns, it seems to typify Victorian architecture in Glasgow as even a mundane pedestrian bridge is used to show off the engineering talents of the architect and builders.

This article is based on the guidebook "The Glasgow Guide".

This pedestrian bridge is still an important pedestrian route across the River Clyde.

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