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Fife Bridges

Fife's unique location means that it is connected to its neighbours by six major bridges.

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Kincardine Bridge

Kincardine Bridge

The bridge was constructed between 1932 and 1936 and was the first road crossing of the River Forth downstream of Stirling.

Tay Rail Bridge

Tay Rail Bridge

This bridge carries the main east coast railway line across the Firth of Tay between Fife and the city of Dundee

Forth Bridge

Forth Bridge

The magnificent Forth Bridge is a World Heritage Site and one of the most iconic images of Scotland.

Tay Road Bridge

Tay Road Bridge

The road bridge over the river Tay connects Fife to Dundee and includes a walkway for pedestrians & cyclists. 

The Queensferry Crossing

The Queensferry Crossing

The Queensferry Crossing opened to traffic on 30 August 2017. The 1.7 miles (2.7km) structure is the longest three-tower, cable-stayed bridge in the world.

The Forth Road Bridge

The Forth Road Bridge

The Forth Road Bridge is a suspension bridge spanning the Firth of Forth, from Edinburgh (at South Queensferry) to Fife (at North Queensferry). Opened by Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh in 1964, it replaced a centuries-old ferry service that carried vehicles and pedestrians, while rail ...


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