Forth Rail Bridge Sunset

Sunset behind one of Scotland’s best known landmarks and UNESCO World Heritage site, the Forth Rail Bridge on a spring evening.  Also seen in the background is the Forth Road Bridge and the nearly finished Queensferry Crossing.

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With plenty of visits to this bridge many times before I’d say this is probably the best picture I have managed to get of the bridge.

Built between 1883 & 1890 the Forth Rail Bridge is 2.5 km long across the Firth of Forth between South Queensferry/Dalmeny and North Queensferry and still currently serves on 200 rail services today even with the occasional steam train passing;

 

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