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The Inchinnan Bridge

The Inchinnan Bridge salutes the crowd. Built in 1923 by Sir William Arrol & Co Ltd to take the road over the Black cart river but still allow boats to get up to Paisley. It is the only operational example of a Scherger type Bascule bridge in Scotland. The Grade A listed structure was refurbished and strengthed in 2004 at a cost of over 1 million. Map location.

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