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 The iconic Forth Rail Bridge from South Queensferry, Firth of Forth, Lothian, Scotland, UK.
Built by Sir John Fowler (1883-1890) the multi-span cantilever bridge has an overall length 1 mile, maximum span of 1710 feet, carries the railway track 157 feet above water level, and has 135 acres of paintwork. 
 Keywords: Forth Rail Bridge Scotland balanced cantilever Scottish British civil engineering icon iconic large tubular steel communication transport painting summer connecting linking spanning crossing astride diamond travel red support carrying infrastructure large huge massive link railway over water multi-span Firth of Forth lgpl

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Photographer: Leslie Garland
Collection: Byker Wall
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5800.01.03
Upload Date: Wednesday, August 28, 2013
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The iconic Forth Rail Bridge from South Queensferry, Firth of

Forth, Lothian, Scotland, UK.
Built by Sir John Fowler (1883-1890) the multi-span cantilever bridge has an overall length 1 mile, maximum span of 1710 feet, carries the railway track 157 feet above water level, and has 135 acres of paintwork.
Keywords: Forth Rail Bridge Scotland balanced cantilever Scottish British civil engineering icon iconic large tubular steel communication transport painting summer connecting linking spanning crossing astride diamond travel red support carrying infrastructure large huge massive link railway over water multi-span Firth of Forth lgpl