Cee’s Which Way: Queensferry Crossing

Queensferry Crossing is a bridge in Edinburgh, Scotland. It is a cable-stayed structure, with three towers each 207 metres (679 ft) high, 2.7 kilometres (1.7 miles) long

It formally opened by the Queen on September 4, 2017.

Our tour bus didn’t drive through the bridge, but we had a chance to take a few photos. It was a rainy, cloudy day in Edinburgh, but it didn’t stop people photographing this magnificent bridge.

The bridge is the third crossing of the Forth at Queensferry, alongside the Forth Road Bridge, completed in 1964, and the Forth Bridge, a railway bridge completed in 1890.   —Wikipedia.

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29 thoughts on “Cee’s Which Way: Queensferry Crossing

  1. (EN) The B/W highlights the slender lines of the structure.Beautiful.Thanks for sharing Amy
    (IT) Il bianco e nero fa risaltare le linee slanciate della struttura.Bellissimo.Grazie per la condivisione Amy

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