Tradeston Bridge

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Coordinates: 55°51′21″N 4°15′50″W / 55.85583°N 4.26389°W / 55.85583; -4.26389

Tradeston Bridge across the River Clyde.

The Tradeston Bridge, also known as the Squiggly Bridge,[1] is a pedestrian bridge that opened on May 14, 2009. It crosses the River Clyde in Glasgow to the districts of Anderston on the north bank with Tradeston on the south bank.[2]

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  1. "Probe after man thrown from Glasgow's 'Squiggly bridge'," BBC News Scotland, 19 January 2012; retrieved 2012-3-23.
  2. ClydeWaterfront, "Broomielaw-Tradeston bridge ('Squiggly Bridge')"; retrieved 2012-3-23.

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