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The Glasgow Science Centre's £10 million rotating tower designed by BDP has sunk - forcing the temporary closure of the 120m-high attraction. The tower is likely to cost up to £75,000 to repair. A spokesman said: 'Basically one of the bearings seems to have been compressed and has moved out of alignment by about 15mm.'

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