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The Forth Bridge, whose construction began in 1883, remains one of the world's most distinctive structures. It was opened by Edward, Prince of Wales on 4 March 1890. The bridge was constructed by Sir William Arrol to a design by Sir John Fowler and Sir Benjamin Baker. In the aftermath of the Tay Bridge disaster, the Forth Bridge was a testament to robust and conservative over-engineering. The end result is remarkably imposing. (more...)
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