The Forth Road Bridge with the Forth Rail Bridge (the red one) in the background taken from just outside Newton village, West Lothian.
The two Forth Bridges cross the River Forth between South Queensferry, Lothian and North Queensferry, Fife, Scotland.
Many small tankers and container ships navigate these waters up to the port at Grangemouth in Falkirk District. Grangemouth is known for its large petrochemical plant (which includes the oil refinery owned by Ineos), one of the largest in Europe. Grangemouth Port is also one of the main ports in the UK with the largest container terminal in Scotland, with 9 million tonnes of cargo handled through the dock facilities each year.
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