Tuesday, 11 July 2017

Old Photograph King George V Bridge Glasgow Scotland


Old photograph of the King George V bridge in Glasgow, Scotland. The bridge was designed by Glasgow City Engineer Thomas Somers and built by Melville Dundas & Whitson. It links the south side Tradeston area to Oswald Street in the city Centre. The bridge was commissioned in 1914, but was delayed due to the First World War: the bridge was not completed and opened until 1928.



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