- LUCS B5701 Easter Purliehill
Bridge 57 - Easter Purliehill looking east
- LUCS B5801 Wester Purliehill
Bridge 58 - Wester Purliehill looking east
- LUCS B5901 Huts
Bridge 59 - Huts looking west
- LUCS B5902 Huts
Bridge 59 - Huts looking east
- LUCS B6001 Glen Low
Bridge 60 - Glen Low looking east
- LUCS B6101 Laughin Greetin
Bridge 61 - The laughin Greetin bridge looking east. There are various explanations for the happy and sad faces on its keystones. One is that the greetin face on the west side signifies that it is a long way to Edinburgh, whilst the laughin face on the east side tells boats that they are almost at Falkirk.
- LUCS B6102 Laughin
Bridge 61 - The laughin' face on the east-side keystone of the Laughin Greetin' bridge.
- LUCS B6103 Greetin'
Bridge 61 - The greetin' face on the west-side keystone of the Laughin Greetin bridge with a plaque showing the year of construction.
- LUCS B6104 Greeting
Bridge 61 - The greeting' face on the west-side keystone of the Laughin Greetin bridge.
- LUCS B6201 Walkers
Bridge 62 - Walker's bridge looking west
- LUCS B6301 Station House
Station House bridge looking east. This unnumbered bridge is on the canal extension built as part of the Millenium Link in 1999/2000. It is named after the station house for Line Road Good Station which was on the adjacent railway line.