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Guild Street Road Bridge
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Guild Street Road Bridge

Historic Photographs
David Oswald
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Guild Street Road Bridge
Historic Photographs
Guild Street Road Bridge
This bridge was built in the 1860s to extend Guild Street, over the railway tracks, and link up with the newly built Bridge Street. It was part of the development of the first Aberdeen Joint Station and the Denburn Valley Railway.

Silver City Vault user Ed Fowler describes the bridge as follows: A riveted and latticed 2-span steel bowstring bridge with flat-span plate-girder pedestrian footpaths to the North and South sides. It has corniced and panelled, granite terminal piers.

The chimney of Hadden's Factory is visible beyond, with Trinity Hall to the left and St Nicholas Church Steeple to the right
Guild Street
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