Glasgow sits astride the Clyde River, and has a walk that you can do that takes you past the main bridges around the city centre. The walk is about 4kms along the river side. Basically, I started from the centre of the city, walked up river to the last bridge, and then inland, through a somewhat shady neighbourhood!, then caught the train to the first bridge, and walked back to the centre bridges again. The images below are presented in chronological order, so you’ll see them in the order I photographed them.
As you might expect, it was raining. It is Scotland after all; “it doesn’t rain, sometimes”. I actually don’t mind the rain if its not too heavy, and really you either just deal with it or stay home, as it does rain a lot here. So, good wet weather gear is required.
Before we start with the bridges though, this statue caught my eye, displayed prominently in the centre of the city.
So, lets begin. I’ve dispensed with captions because I don’t have the names for all the bridges, so the captions would be “A Bridge over the River Clyde, Glasgow”, umm… “another…”. So just take that as a given. Enjoy.