South Portland Street Suspension Bridge :: Shared Description

The South Portland Street Suspension Bridge is a suspension-type footbridge across the River Clyde in Glasgow, Scotland linking the City Centre on the north side to the Laurieston and Gorbals districts on the south side.

The bridge, made from wrought iron with arched sandstone towers at either end, has a suspension span of 414 ft;[1] the bridge deck is 13 ft wide. It was built between 1851 and 1853, replacing a temporary wooden bridge on the same site (used from 1832 to 1846) designed by Robert Stevenson LinkExternal link
by Paul Gillett
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NS5864 : South Portland Street Suspension Bridge by Paul Gillett
NS5864 : South Portland Street Suspension Bridge by Paul Gillett


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Created: Tue, 30 Jul 2019, Updated: Tue, 30 Jul 2019

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