Bridge - Built Structure, Built Structure, Cantilever Bridge, Europe, Famous Place
'North Queensferry, Scotland - June 19, 2010: The Forth Bridge is a railway bridge over the Firth of Forth in Scotland. It connects Edinburgh with Fife peninsula and is the main connection from the Scottish Lowlands to the Highlands. The Forth Rail Bridge is a bridge, Which was built at the end of the 19th Century. At the time of building, the Forth Rail Bridge was by far the largest cantilever bridge construction in the world, and was the first ever all steel bridge construction in the United Kingdom. The span on the new forth bridge remains the second largest for a cantilever bridge, even now, over 120 years after its construction. On the bridge, there is a train. At the Pier is an excursion boat, waiting for tourists who want to take a trip.'