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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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Related shots can be found at: South Queensferry, Lowland Scotland and Bridges

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  • cherylc1
    cherylc1over 6 years ago

    What a fabulous bridge- incredible view and capture!

  • Linda  Morrison
    Linda Morrisonover 6 years ago

    This is a great view of the Forth Bridge Tom.Nice and clear also.Good work

  • paul boast
    paul boastover 6 years ago

    excellent capture of this much photographed bridge, nice to see a different angle on it Tom

  • Sean Farragher
    Sean Farragherover 6 years ago

    fantastic

  • lareejc
    lareejcover 6 years ago

    wow! I love this…it is so beautifully scenic.

  • Barry Norton
    Barry Nortonover 6 years ago

    Great capture

  • Andrew Ness - www.nessphotography.com
    Andrew Ness - ...over 6 years ago

    Nice pic mate. Have you altered it in PS with a few contrast and level changes?

  • I tweaked the saturation a little. It is a winter shot, so the grass was pretty lifeless.

    – Tom Gomez

  • dinghysailor1
    dinghysailor1over 6 years ago

    brilliant scene tom!

  • Andrew Ness - www.nessphotography.com
    Andrew Ness - ...over 6 years ago

    ahhh thought so tomg cause the grass looked really green and the quality has gone slightly grainy. Sorry…..don’t mean to negative as it’s still a great shot mate.

  • Appreciate your comments and I don’t dissagree. The original was a typical grey Scottish day and looked yuck. I tried to improve it, but as always, there are certain tradeoffs. I’m happier with the result than I was with the original, but would not claim it as one of my best.

    – Tom Gomez

  • kia3
    kia3over 6 years ago

    fantastic shot tom

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