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The Two Forth Bridges

The Two Forth Bridges

UNITED KINGDOM | Monday, 7 November 2011 | Views [134]

On my first business trip alone, I visited South Queensferry, near Edinburgh, Scotland. The first sight that caught my travel-weary eye were the two Forth Bridges, running almost parallel to each other over the Firth of Forth. The newer one of them is a road bridge, while the older one (opened in 1890) is a still-functioing railway bridge.
These "omnipresent" bridges were visible from everywere in South Queensferry, a comforting sight to a newcomer me. Whenever I was lost in SQF, I just looked up where the bridges were, and found my bearings. This is my little tribute to the two bridges.

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