Wednesday, 7 May 2008
St Andrews Suspension Bridge
St Andrews suspension bridge in Glasgow Green was built in 1854 by Charles O'Neil and the engineer Neil Robson.
The bridge connects the Green to Hutchesontown . With its fluted cast Iron Corinthian columns this little bridge comes as a surprise to many who only know the more visible suspension bridge in Clyde Street. There was originally a toll for this little bridge of 2d a week.