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A picture tour of North Queensferry - in the county of Fife
Forth rail bridge
Forth rail bridge - by Pete Rowley ©
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Photographer: © Pete Rowley (Gallery)(26th October 2008)
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Forth rail bridge

One of the most spectacular man-made landmarks in Scotland is the Forth Rail Bridge. This solid cantilever bridge, built by Sir William Arrol, was opened in 1890. The bridge crosses the River Forth between South Queensferry and North Queensferry, and still carries the East Coast mainline railway north from Edinburgh to Perth and Dundee. The road bridge was opened in 1964 and a new one is now being built the replace the decaying exsisting one.
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Comment by John Ware(27th October 2008)

The material in the foreground gives the bridge a super setting.

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