Tay Street & River Tay, Perth, Scotland.Perth is a city in central Scotland located on the banks of the River Tay. There are four bridges that cross the River Tay in Perth. The northernmost structure is the "Old Bridge" or "Smeatons Bridge" completed in 1771 and widened in 1869. Next, some 500 yards downstream, is the "Queens Bridge". Queens Bridge was completed in 1960, replacing the old Victoria Bridge, (1902-1960), and was opened by Queen Elizabeth 11 in October of that year. The 3rd Bridge is a railway bridge carrying trains to and from the railway station. it was completed in 1863. There is also a pedestrian walkway on it's northern side. Finally, the southernmost crossing of the Tay inside Perth's boundary is the Friarton Bridge (not seen in this video).