Dawsholm Bridge

Dawsholm Bridge carries Dawsholm Road (usually today misspelled as Dalsholm Road) across the River Kelvin to the north of Maryhill in N Glasgow. Comprising four low arches constructed in sandstone ashlar, with triangular cutwaters and a metal railing running along the parapet, it was associated with the Dawsholm Paper Works. The bridge is now used by pedestrians accessing Dawsholm Park.

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