King's Bridge, Glasgow
King's Bridge, which carries the A74 across the river, was built in 1933 and has four 21-metre spans containing a series of rivetted steel plate girders which support the reinforced concrete bridge deck. With deep foundations, the piers divide at low level to create the arches. The bridge is a low-level bridge and was designed by TPM Somers.
- "King's Bridge". Glasgow City Council. Retrieved 2013-08-11.
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