The Forth Bridge is one of Scotland's most well
known landmarks. Completed in 1890, this bridge
connects both sides of the River Forth with a
railway line. In 1964, the Road bridge opened, and
the two bridges have become a tourist attraction.
The Rail Bridge
The Forth Bridge
One of the most famous sights in
The Rail Bridge from Dalmeny Station 1
Taken from the footbridge at Dalmeny
station, here you get an idea of just how
perfectly straight the bridge is!
The Rail Bridge from Dalmeny Station 2
Taken from slightly further back this
Rail Bridge From The North
Taken from North Queensferry, in the
foreground is the town, and Deep Sea World.
Rail Bridge Approach
This is where the end of the bridge meets
the land, you get a nice close up view of
Rail Bridge from Hawes Pier 1
An evening picture of the rail bridge.
Rail Bridge from Hawes Pier 2
Taken from the beach next to Hawes Pier.
Rail Bridge from Hawes Pier 3
A picture of the bridge, with the tide
Rail Bridge from Hawes Pier 4
Another shot of the bridge.
Rail Bridge Landscape
Taken from the southern end of the road
bridge, you can see the rail bridge, and in
the foreground is the town of South
The Rail Bridge from the Road Bridge
Taken during a walk over the road bridge,
in the foreground is the town of South
The Rail Bridge at Night 1
Lit up spectacularly, taken from North
The Rail Bridge at Night 2
This time taken from South Queensferry.
The Rail Bridge at Night 3
A closer look at the bridge at night.
The Rail Bridge at Night 4
A close up shot taken from North
Rail Bridge Close Up
A great chance to try my telephoto lens.
The Road Bridge
The Forth Road Bridge 1
The road bridge, taken from South
The Forth Road Bridge 2
A slightly different angle.
The Forth Road Bridge 3
One of the best views of the bridge,
taken from the hill behind the hotel at
The Forth Road Bridge 4
A side view of the Forth Road Bridge,
this gives you a better idea of the length
of the bridge.
Road Bridge Tower
A close up of one of the road bridge
Road Bridge Walkway
The path and the cycle route. Walking
across the bridge can be very interesting,
although not recommended if you are scared
Road Bridge Girders
Here is why people with a fear of heights
might not want to walk over the bridge.
Either side of the walkway is a sheer drop
down to the Forth below!
Road bridge from the side
Taken from North Queensferry, here you
get a good view of the "curve" of the
The Road Bridge from Hawes Pier
An evening picture of the road bridge.
Road Bridge from the North
An afternoon picture, taken after walking
over the bridge.
Road Bridge Approach
You can see more of the underside of the
Taken from much further down the river,
here you can see both bridges together.