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Forth Bridge

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View looking up from under the Fife erection.
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Vertical aerial photograph taken by the Luftwaffe in October 1939 of North and South Queensferry and the Forth Railway Bridge.
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Forth Bridge
View from NW showing WSW front
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Elevation and Plan drawing of the Forth Bridge, published within the Westhofen article on the construction of the Forth Bridge in Engineering, 1890
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Forth Bridge:  View from west side of Fife Cantilever inside elevator cage, being taken to the top of the bridge (portrait view)
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View from the top of the Fife erection at Forth Bridge looking North at the track below.
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View from the top of the Fife erection onto the tracks and a passing goods train.
Digital image of B 3298 CN.
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View from between the piers supporting the Queensferry erection seen from the South from the rescue boat.
Digital image of B 3339 CN.
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View from below of the piers supporting the South approach viaduct (seen from the rescue boat).
Digital image of B 3419.
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Detail of the wooden hatches on top of the Fife erection.
Digital image of B 3408.
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Composite photograph of an artist's impression of the bridge seen from the South West shore.
Insc. 'The Forth Bridge. Engineers Sir John Fowler, B. Baker Esq. Length including Viaduct 8098 Feet. Length of Central Girder 350 Feet. Width of Central Girder 28 Feet. Diameter of Largest Tubes 12 Feet. Height extreme 369 Feet. Spans each 1710 Feet. Headway 150 Feet. Diameter of Piers 49 Feet. Length of three Cantilevers 5350 Feet.  Width of each Cantilever top 33 Feet. Depth at end of Cantilever 40 Feet. Depth at end of Cantilever 40 Feet. Diameter of smallest Tubes 3 Feet. Contractors Tanered Arrol & Co. Copyright Entered at Stationershall.'
Digital image of B 10583.
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Scanned image of general view from the South West.
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Scanned image of oblique aerial view of the Forth Bridge and the Forth Road Bridge, taken from the ENE.
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Forth Bridge Works: Tube joint, No.35
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View of interior of girder, No.41 during Forth Bridge construction.
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Forth Bridge Works: Steam tug 'Dolphin', No.99
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Forth Bridge Works. 
No 6 caisson. Day of launch, No33.
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Forth Bridge Works. 
No. 61 Inchgarvie, looking East.
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Forth Bridge Works: Group of Sir Henry Bessemer (seated holding his top hat) & other members of the iron & steel Institute, No.95
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Forth Bridge Works. 
No. 90 Interior of tube.
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Forth Bridge Works.
No 5 caisson at Garvie, No85.
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Forth Bridge Works. 
No. 86 Group of Sir Henry Bessemer & other members of the iron & steel institute (Bessemer is seated to the right of the woman)
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Forth Bridge Works.
Inchcolm from Inchgarvie, No.79
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Forth Bridge Works.
Mould Loft, No.4
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