Kelvinbridge

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Kelvinbridge (Scots: Kelvinbrig, Scottish Gaelic: Drochaid Chaol-Aibhne) is the common name of the Great Western Bridge, a cast iron road and pedestrian bridge built in the 19th century to carry the Great Western Road (A82 road) at a high level across the River Kelvin. West End of the city of Glasgow, Scotland. The river lends its name to its surrounding area at several points along its course (Kelvindale and Kelvinside for example) and so there are indeed several 'Kelvin Bridges', including one in Torrance. Kelvinbridge is also used to refer to the area in the neighbourhood of the bridge, encompassing parts of the districts of Woodside, Woodlands, Kelvinside and Hillhead.

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