King George VI Bridge

Not to be confused with George IV Bridge.

The King George VI Bridge is a bridge over the River Dee in Aberdeen, Scotland.

The foundation stone of the bridge was laid by the Lord Provost Edward W. Watt on 15 September 1938. It was officially opened by Queen Elizabeth in the presence of King George VI on 10 March 1941. Today the bridge carries the Great Southern Road (B9077) into Aberdeen from the south.

King George VI Bridge – view from West
Plaque on West side of King George VI Bridge in Aberdeen

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Transport in Aberdeen

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Coordinates: 57°7′42.22″N 2°6′29.26″W / 57.1283944°N 2.1081278°W / 57.1283944; -2.1081278

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