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When the Forth Road Bridge opened in 1964 it was the longest suspension bridge in Europe and the fourth longest in the world. Today, the Forth Road Bridge is still recognised as one of the world’s most significant suspension bridges.
Although no longer carrying the bulk of vehicles over the Forth, the Forth Road Bridge continues to provide a route to and from Fife for public transport and cyclists. The Forth Road Bridge also has a footpath, enabling walkers to take fabulous photos of the 19th and 21st century engineering masterpieces on either side of this 20th century engineering masterpiece.
The stunning Queensferry Crossing carries motorway traffic over the Forth