The Clyde Arc

One of Glasgow’s defining symbols, Clyde Arc – which locals call Squinty Bridge – crosses the River Clyde. Opened officially in 2006, it was the first city-centre traffic crossing a river since the 1970s. Connecting Finnieston Street to Govan Road, the bridge crosses the city at an angle and can be walked or driven across.

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Dustin Steiner
It’s functional. And that’s about it. Design is alright and it’s nicely illuminated at night. But otherwise it’s not that impressive.