The Clyde goes Stateside

Angle of the north: Glasgow’s diagonal ‘Squinty Bridge’ (pictured) could mark the start of the city’s aspirations to become more like Baltimore

Famed for its water taxis, robust Chesapeake Bay cuisine and shacks selling freshly-caught crab, Baltimore’s bustling Inner Harbor has little in common with the murky waters of the River Clyde.

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