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Bells Bridge, Glasgow
Scotland

Bells Bridge crosses the River Clyde and connects the SECC on the north side to the south bank where BBC Scotland, the Science Centre, and Glasgow Tower reside. It rotates around a central support to allow ships to pass.

Copyright: Daniel Oi
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Uploaded: 30/05/2009
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