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Historical tour of Glasgow bridges


GLASGOW AND West of Scotland Chairman Jim McCafferty and pupils from Hillhead Primary School helped launch Clyde Bridges Heritage Trail, which guides tourists on a tour of Glasgow's historic bridges.

The ICE sponsored project has created a trail for tourists which follows the Clyde from Dalmarnock Bridge in the East End to Bell's Bridge beside the Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre. A leaflet containing the history and photos of 18 bridges will be handed out as a route guide. Maps of the route have also been put up beside each bridge.

The project forms part of the city's 1999 UK City of Architecture and Design celebrations.

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