Seen from South Queensferry promenade, the two Forth Bridges. On the right, the Forth Rail Bridge (completed 1890) and on the left, the Forth Road Bridge (completed 1964).
Behind the Forth Road Bridge, a third bridge, a new road crossing, is being worked on. When complete in 2016, the River Forth in East Central Scotland, will be the only place in the world which contains three major bridges side by side, each built in three different centuries.
The Forth Road Bridge is an Historic Scotland Category A Listed Bridge. HB Number 47778.
The Forth Rail Bridge is an Historic Scotland Category A Listed Bridge. HB Number 40370.
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Two sets of three RAW images (6 images in total) converted to HDR in Photomatix Pro then PhotMerged in Adobe Photoshop.
Camera: Sony NEX-7
Lens: Tamron 18-200mm f/3.5-6.3 Di III VC