Only in dear old Glasgow Toon would they build a "Squinty Bridge" as Glaswegians have dubbed it because it crosses the River Clyde diagonally to link the north and south. The correct name of the bridge is the Clyde Arc.The first new road bridge over the Clyde in 30 years.
Interior of Glasgow City Chambers (City Hall) this beautiful victorian architecture was the work of Scottish Architect William Young in 1888. The building was opened by Queen Victoria. Location: George Square, Glasgow, Scotland. Also known as "The Merchant City"