Forth Bridges, Scotland.


The Firth of Forth is an estuary where several of Scotland's most important rivers (the Firth, North Sea, and Fife) empty into the North Sea.  It is actually a fjord dating from the last glacial period.  The Firth is crossed by three bridges: Forth Bridge, Forth Road Bridge, and Queensferry Crossing, the last having just opened in 2017.  Contributor John Banks used a drone to give us an aerial look at these three spans across this important waterway, on which sits the great Scottish capital Edinburgh.  

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