View from N.B. (North British) Railway east of Queensferry [Forth Bridge].

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From the Photographic Books Collection Collection Collection
Part of The Forth Bridge in its Various Stages of Construction and compared with the most notable bridges of the world. Parent record level Album/Book/Portfolio

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ID

PhotoTG64-F7P45-pl31

Department

Special Collections - Photographic Collections

Description

The lapse of time from the vertical columns attaining their full height to this stage of the work was as near as possible eighteen mounths. The distance yet to be covered by the southern arm of the Queensferry cantilever before reaching the masonry pier in about 240 feet.

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Date

October 1888

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Acknowledgement

Image courtesy of University of St Andrews Library.

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Free of known copyright restrictions. Image supply fees may still apply.

Credit Line

Image Courtesy of the University of St Andrews Library, ID PhotoTG64-F7P45-pl31

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