SAW052276 SCOTLAND (1953). Forth Rail Bridge and Dalmeny Park, Firth of Forth. An oblique aerial photograph taken facing west. This image has been produced from a print.

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Details

Title [SAW052276] Forth Rail Bridge and Dalmeny Park, Firth of Forth. An oblique aerial photograph taken facing west. This image has been produced from a print.
Reference SAW052276
Date 1953
Link Canmore Collection item 1315348
Place name
Parish DALMENY
District
Country SCOTLAND
Easting / Northing 313554, 679252
Longitude / Latitude -3.3861974215121, 55.99846462636
National Grid Reference NT136793

Pins

Forth Rd Bridge / New Forth Rd Bridge (under construction 2016)

navaho56
Thursday 26th of January 2017 10:14:58 AM

User Comment Contributions

Better?

James Crawford
Thursday 5th of September 2013 10:43:50 PM
James - some very beautiful and artistic pics of the bridge and the Firth of Forth, I agree, but I'd say that my suggested pic posted on 9 June shows the first two generations of river crossing hard at work - the vehicle ferry and the rail bridge. It's hard to imagine 50 years on, how much the economic prosperity and 'connectivity' of many places in the country was regulated by estuary ferries like this, notably the River Severn.

Chells809
Thursday 5th of September 2013 10:43:50 PM