Crossing the Forth Railway Bridge

Crossing the Firth of Forth by means of the magnificent Forth Railway Bridge enroute to the market town of Keith. This is one of the oldest cantilever bridges to be built, designed by Benjamin Baker in the late 1880s and considered one of the greatest achievements of the Victorian Age. 

The Firth of Forth is a sheltered arm of the North Sea and the one of the most substantial estuaries of the River Forth, with a mix of a very deep channel and great expanses of mudflats which are exposed at low tide and make for rich feeding areas for birds.



Forth Railway Bridge, South Queensferry, UK

Firth of Forth

Firth of Forth, United Kingdom

Keith, Scotland, UK