Notes on the Geography of The United Kingdom: Glasgow Core: Photo 1
The Clyde is physically puny but historically mighty, once the home of a huge shipbuilding industry and still the central natural feature of the Glasgow landscape. Bridges now block ocean-going ships from reaching the center of the city. To serve those ships, the river was "improved," good news for shipping but not so good for anyone liking natural rivers. You ask about that bridge? OK, OK, take it easy.
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