Rotunda

One of the pair of rotundas built in the 1890s which sit on opposite banks of the Clyde. They covered deep tunnels which allowed people, horses and eventually cars to cross underneath the river until the 1980s. A crane, a symbol of Glasgow’s shipbuilding past, can be seen in the background.

One of the pair of rotundas built in the 1890s which sit on opposite banks of the Clyde. They covered deep tunnels which allowed people, horses and eventually cars to cross underneath the river until the 1980s. A crane, a symbol of Glasgow’s shipbuilding past, can be seen in the background.

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