Glasgow Bridges II

From City Union Railway Bridge to Dalmarnock Bridge

This print presents another ten Glasgow Bridges starting at the City Union Railway Bridge and moving upriver to Dalmarnock Bridge. The River Clyde is flanked on the northern bank for most of this section by Glasgow Green. Road, rail and pedestrian bridges are represented, including Glasgow’s newest footbridge.

1. City Union Railway Bridge

Type: Steel Lattice Arch
Year: 1899
Engineer: William Melville

2. Albert Bridge

Type: Riveted Wrought Iron Arch
Year: 1871
Engineer: Bell & Miller

3. Tidal Weir and Pipe Bridge

Type: Steel Arch
Year: 1901
Engineer: FGM Stoney

4. St Andrew’s Suspension Bridge

Type: Wrought Iron Suspension
Year: 1856
Engineer: Neil Robson

5. King's Bridge

Type: Riveted Steel Plate Girder
Year: 1933
Engineer: TPM Somers

6. Polmadie Bridge

Type: Concrete Girder
Year: 1955
Engineer: Robert Bruce

7. Rutherglen Bridge

Type: Masonry Arch
Year: 1896
Engineer: Crouch & Hogg

8. Shawfield-Dalmarnock Smartbridge

Type: Steel Arch
Year: 2014
Engineer: CH2M Hill & Farrans

9. 2nd Dalmarnock Railway Bridge

Type: Steel Arch
Year: 1897
Engineer: George Graham

10. Dalmarnock Bridge

Type: Steel Beam Concrete Deck
Year: 1891
Engineer: Crouch & Hogg

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