Forth Valley Tourist Route
The iconic Forth Bridge has left an impression on visitors and locals alike since its construction over the Firth of Forth began in 1883. Snap photos from the historic town of South Queensferry of the railway bridge and its siblings, the Forth Road Bridge and the new Queensferry Crossing, browse the local independent shops and explore the history of the bridges in Queensferry Museum. From here you can also board a boat for a ride under the bridge and on to Inchcolm Island, which is a haven for birdlife, and home to Inchcolm Abbey and fascinating wartime fortifications.
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