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Busby Bridge

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Busby Bridge
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From:  Clarkston
To:  Busby
Highway Authority
East Renfrewshire
Opening Date
Additional Information
Bridge Type:  Arch Bridge
On road(s)
Crossings related to the A727
Busby Bridge

Busby Bridge is a single span arch bridge carrying the A727 across the White Cart Water in Busby. It was constructed in 1938, presumably replacing an older, narrower bridge. The bridge carries a wide carriageway between wide pavements and stone parapets. Although probably originally a standard S2, the bridge has been relined with three lanes to provide queueing capacity for turning right at the signalised crossroads on the east bank of the river. The left turn is a short dead end, but the right turn is the only access to a large residential area, with an industrial estate on the riverbank.

Busby Bridge
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Crossings of the Black Cart, White Cart & Tributaries
Black CartLochall Bridge • Garthland Bridge • Over Johnstone Bridge • Linwood Bridge • Barnsford Bridge • Inchinnan Bridge
White CartKirkland Bridge (Eaglesham) • Hole Ford • Waterfoot Bridge • Busby Bridge • New Bridge (Cathcart) • Shaw Bridge • Pollockshaws Bridge • Corkerhill Bridge • Howford Bridge (Crookston) • Hawkhead Bridge • Hammills Bridge • Abbey Bridge (Paisley) • Abercorn Bridge • White Cart Bridge
River GryfePacemuir Bridge • Milton Bridge (Kilmacolm) • Stepends Bridge • Polmillan Bridge • Craigends Bridge • Bridge of Weir • Crosslee Bridge
Other tributariesSpiers Bridge

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