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I am no architect or normally overly interested in structures like a new bridge, however I have been impressed by this bridge since it opened a few years back. Known locally as The Squinty Bridge - it was a much needed bridge to make a...More
Like name says, it crosses over Clyde River. Beautiful Bridge, that offers great sunset views. Opened 2006, so it's one of the newest bridges in Glasgow. Lot to see and do nearby, like Bells Bridge, Science Center, Clydeside Distillery and Riverside Museum
Was at the SEC EXHIBITION - MODEL RAIL SCOTLAND so thought would a look at the RIVER CLYDE.
The time was getting so had a quick look around saw the Arc bridge and old ship yard crane.
This area is a must visit on my...More
I do like the "squinty bridge", it is typical of Glasgow's irreverent sense of humour.
From it you get great views of - the SEC, BBC, Hydro, Science Centre and the Finnieston Crane.
It looks even better to see it lit up at night.
I walk across it twice a day to and from work. It lights up with pretty lights of a night time too. It's called the 'Squinty Bridge' because it isn't straight but to me it's Clyde Bridge, the best Bridge in Scotland.