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1845 The rebuilding of the Stockwell-street bridge (or the Victoria Bridge, as it became known) was rendered imperative by the disrepair of the old structure. Accordingdly a Bill was introduced into Parliament to obtain the necessary powers, and to move the weir at this site further upstream, to a site about 140 yards above the Hutchesontown Bridge, which spanned the Clyde at the foot of the Saltmarket. The Hutchesontown Bridge was demolished in 1879
Engineered by James Walker
1854 Bridge opened