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Forth Bridge

North Queensferry KY11 1HP, Scotland
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Suggested Duration: 2-3 hours
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North Queensferry KY11 1HP, Scotland
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

As a young boy I had seen a depiction of this heritage bridge on a postage stamp. Seeing it in real life and walking on it was an unexpected pleasure. The history of the construction of this bridge too makes very interesting reading. This is...More

Thank Vinod500
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We crossed and frecfrossed this bridge four times visiting Edinburgh and it has long been an intention to do so.

1  Thank David W
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Unfortunately we only quickly stopped off on the way to Deep Sea World. The views are amazing and if in the area again I would make the time to stop and spend a while taking in the views and perhpas to grab a bit to...More

Thank Lambie_Family
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Had a great brisk walk over the bridge. Shame we couldn't walk on the side of the new bridge, but nice to see the original bridge and look down the forth. Lovely day. Bracing breeze and not too busy as went early. Loads to see....More

Thank David M
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I have traveled crossed this railway bridge by train many times over the years and still amazes me. I have watched the first road bridge being built and now the second road bridge. All three amazing bridges looking forward to cross the newest one.

1  Thank Alan D
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

There is no other bridge like it in the world so if you are in the area its a must see. There are regular trains running over the bridge as its the main rail route on the East coast. The best places to get a...More

1  Thank berglas71
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This bridge is pleasing to look at but the history this bridge, it's construction and eventual collapse is most fascinating. Well worth a trip to see.

Thank coachee1313
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

The Forth Bridge is, like the Eiffel Tower, even grander than you had imagined it to be. I had to chuckle at one of the reviews below that called it "just a bridge". Well, yes. And Britain is "just an island" and the Palais Garnier...More

1  Thank MetroplexJim
Reviewed 18 August 2017 via mobile

I can see all bridges from my house, they are lovely and a lot of work had been put into the engineering and construction of the bridges. I do sometimes feel I take the bridges for granted. The walk across the Forth road bridge is...More

1  Thank ArishaIsabella
Reviewed 18 August 2017 via mobile

Love this bridge. It's endlessly fascinating. I sometimes stand by the road in S Queensferry just looking at it for ages, appreciating different facets of it. I've been over to N Queensferry just to see it from a different angle and walk under the third...More

1  Thank tthalliday1
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Martin S
4 February 2016|
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Response from PascalePassepartout | Reviewed this property |
Hello Martin. You need to get a train from either Waverley or Haymarket station (both are in Edinburgh) with the direction Dundee or Glenrothes. The latter option may be flagged as a 'Fife Circle' train. Just be careful to... More
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