by Ian Sloan Photography
This spectacular new bridge spans the River Leven and Glenrothes Town Park. The Architect of the bridge is Adrian Welch B.Arch (Hons) Dip Arch RIBA ARIAS Architect, Writer & Website Editor
Adrian was born in 1971 Kincardineshire, northeast Scotland and attended Banchory Academy from 1981 to 1989. He completed his Architecture degree in 1992.
Glenrothes is a modern town right bang in the middle of Fife. It only developed as a town from the late 1940's - but is in such contrast to so many of the older towns and villages and Fife. It is full of modern new buildings.
The Kingdom of Fife also has some lovely streams and rivers and the River Leven runs through parts of the town of Glenrothes. This 'new' bridge, which is of very modern design stands proudly, being seen from various points around the town.
It is an unusual shape and of course is in great contrast to the Forth Rail Bridge and indeed all the other bridges which get you into the Kingdom.
It doesn't span a great distance - but is still a spectacular sight, and if you like architecture of every sort, do go and have a look at this bridge.