Scotland’s UNESCO Trail is being promoted with the launch of a dedicated VisitScotland marketing campaign.
Forth Bridge: The long-planned, secret plans for Prince Philip’s funeral; Henry Goodwin; London Economic
The arrangements are codenamed Forth Bridge, after the Scottish landmark and Unesco World Heritage Site…
Incredible Photographs From The Construction Of The Forth Railway Bridge, A 19th Century Engineering Marvel; Design You Trust
Spanning 541 meters over the Firth of Forth, Edinburgh’s Forth Railway Bridge became the longest cantilever bridge in the world when the future King Edward VII drove its final “golden” rivet on March 4, 1890. Its length was surpassed a few decades later by the Quebec Bridge in Canada, completed in 1919, but the Forth Bridge still holds second place, and remains an incredible feat of engineering.
The Forth Bridge is 129 years old today – and here are some amazing pictures of it; Robert Fairnie; Edinburgh Live
On March 4, 1890, the Prince of Wales put a golden rivet in place, thereby declaring the Forth Bridge open. Crossed by about 200 trains a day even now, the Forth Bridge is an engineering marvel that has stood the test of time. A.S.Ganesh hands you the details of how this cantilever bridge came to be…
Source: Bringing forth the Forth Bridge
The newest addition to the Forth Estuary, the Queensferry Crossing bridge, is set to open on 30 August 2017.
The Victorian period was a time of great inventions and changes – science, medicine, engineering and social reforms to name but a few.
The Forth Bridge has won yet another award, this time being voted Scotland’s “greatest man-made wonder”.