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Three pairs of 62 m steel beams weighing 170 tonnes each have been craned into place to form a new road bridge over the River Kelvin at Yorkhill Quay as part of the £1.2 billion Glasgow Harbour development. The bridge is part of a £25 million package of roadworks being carried out by Farrans Construction.