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Images of the Forth Railway Bridge's unique cantilever construction are recognised the world over. Located 9 miles west of Edinburgh and completed in 1890, it was built to carry twin rail tracks between Edinburgh and Dundee northwards, a task which it still performs to this day carrying the main East Coast line between London and Aberdeen.
Adjacent is the road suspension bridge which was completed in 1964.
Fife is understandably proud of its history and many visitors are attracted by its historical connections.