Grangemouth, UK. 8 April 2020.  Pictured: The Queensferry Crossing - Scotland’s newest bridge and the 3rd Firth of Forth crossing which connects Fife and Lothian carrying the M90 Motorway spanning 1.7 miles (2.7km) structure is the longest three-tower, cable-stayed bridge in the world and also by far the largest to feature cables which cross mid-span. This innovative design provides extra strength and stiffness, allowing the towers and the deck to be more slender and elegant. Credit: Colin Fisher/Alamy Live News.
RM2BDPJ03Grangemouth, UK. 8 April 2020. Pictured: The Queensferry Crossing - Scotland’s newest bridge and the 3rd Firth of Forth crossing which connects Fife and Lothian carrying the M90 Motorway spanning 1.7 miles (2.7km) structure is the longest three-tower, cable-stayed bridge in the world and also by far the largest to feature cables which cross mid-span. This innovative design provides extra strength and stiffness, allowing the towers and the deck to be more slender and elegant. Credit: Colin Fisher/Alamy Live News.
Grangemouth, UK. 8 April 2020.  Pictured: The Queensferry Crossing - Scotland’s newest bridge and the 3rd Firth of Forth crossing which connects Fife and Lothian carrying the M90 Motorway spanning 1.7 miles (2.7km) structure is the longest three-tower, cable-stayed bridge in the world and also by far the largest to feature cables which cross mid-span. This innovative design provides extra strength and stiffness, allowing the towers and the deck to be more slender and elegant. Credit: Colin Fisher/Alamy Live News.
RM2BDPRN9Grangemouth, UK. 8 April 2020. Pictured: The Queensferry Crossing - Scotland’s newest bridge and the 3rd Firth of Forth crossing which connects Fife and Lothian carrying the M90 Motorway spanning 1.7 miles (2.7km) structure is the longest three-tower, cable-stayed bridge in the world and also by far the largest to feature cables which cross mid-span. This innovative design provides extra strength and stiffness, allowing the towers and the deck to be more slender and elegant. Credit: Colin Fisher/Alamy Live News.
Grangemouth, UK. 8 April 2020.  Pictured: The Queensferry Crossing - Scotland’s newest bridge and the 3rd Firth of Forth crossing which connects Fife and Lothian carrying the M90 Motorway spanning 1.7 miles (2.7km) structure is the longest three-tower, cable-stayed bridge in the world and also by far the largest to feature cables which cross mid-span. This innovative design provides extra strength and stiffness, allowing the towers and the deck to be more slender and elegant. Credit: Colin Fisher/Alamy Live News.
RM2BDPHCEGrangemouth, UK. 8 April 2020. Pictured: The Queensferry Crossing - Scotland’s newest bridge and the 3rd Firth of Forth crossing which connects Fife and Lothian carrying the M90 Motorway spanning 1.7 miles (2.7km) structure is the longest three-tower, cable-stayed bridge in the world and also by far the largest to feature cables which cross mid-span. This innovative design provides extra strength and stiffness, allowing the towers and the deck to be more slender and elegant. Credit: Colin Fisher/Alamy Live News.
Grangemouth, UK. 8 April 2020.  Pictured: The Queensferry Crossing - Scotland’s newest bridge and the 3rd Firth of Forth crossing which connects Fife and Lothian carrying the M90 Motorway spanning 1.7 miles (2.7km) structure is the longest three-tower, cable-stayed bridge in the world and also by far the largest to feature cables which cross mid-span. This innovative design provides extra strength and stiffness, allowing the towers and the deck to be more slender and elegant. Credit: Colin Fisher/Alamy Live News.
RM2BDPHD8Grangemouth, UK. 8 April 2020. Pictured: The Queensferry Crossing - Scotland’s newest bridge and the 3rd Firth of Forth crossing which connects Fife and Lothian carrying the M90 Motorway spanning 1.7 miles (2.7km) structure is the longest three-tower, cable-stayed bridge in the world and also by far the largest to feature cables which cross mid-span. This innovative design provides extra strength and stiffness, allowing the towers and the deck to be more slender and elegant. Credit: Colin Fisher/Alamy Live News.
Grangemouth, UK. 8 April 2020.  Pictured: The Queensferry Crossing - Scotland’s newest bridge and the 3rd Firth of Forth crossing which connects Fife and Lothian carrying the M90 Motorway spanning 1.7 miles (2.7km) structure is the longest three-tower, cable-stayed bridge in the world and also by far the largest to feature cables which cross mid-span. This innovative design provides extra strength and stiffness, allowing the towers and the deck to be more slender and elegant. Credit: Colin Fisher/Alamy Live News.
RM2BDPHK0Grangemouth, UK. 8 April 2020. Pictured: The Queensferry Crossing - Scotland’s newest bridge and the 3rd Firth of Forth crossing which connects Fife and Lothian carrying the M90 Motorway spanning 1.7 miles (2.7km) structure is the longest three-tower, cable-stayed bridge in the world and also by far the largest to feature cables which cross mid-span. This innovative design provides extra strength and stiffness, allowing the towers and the deck to be more slender and elegant. Credit: Colin Fisher/Alamy Live News.
Grangemouth, UK. 8 April 2020.  Pictured: The Queensferry Crossing - Scotland’s newest bridge and the 3rd Firth of Forth crossing which connects Fife and Lothian carrying the M90 Motorway spanning 1.7 miles (2.7km) structure is the longest three-tower, cable-stayed bridge in the world and also by far the largest to feature cables which cross mid-span. This innovative design provides extra strength and stiffness, allowing the towers and the deck to be more slender and elegant. Credit: Colin Fisher/Alamy Live News.
RM2BDPJ3EGrangemouth, UK. 8 April 2020. Pictured: The Queensferry Crossing - Scotland’s newest bridge and the 3rd Firth of Forth crossing which connects Fife and Lothian carrying the M90 Motorway spanning 1.7 miles (2.7km) structure is the longest three-tower, cable-stayed bridge in the world and also by far the largest to feature cables which cross mid-span. This innovative design provides extra strength and stiffness, allowing the towers and the deck to be more slender and elegant. Credit: Colin Fisher/Alamy Live News.
Grangemouth, UK. 8 April 2020.  Pictured: The Queensferry Crossing - Scotland’s newest bridge and the 3rd Firth of Forth crossing which connects Fife and Lothian carrying the M90 Motorway spanning 1.7 miles (2.7km) structure is the longest three-tower, cable-stayed bridge in the world and also by far the largest to feature cables which cross mid-span. This innovative design provides extra strength and stiffness, allowing the towers and the deck to be more slender and elegant. Credit: Colin Fisher/Alamy Live News.
RM2BDPJ82Grangemouth, UK. 8 April 2020. Pictured: The Queensferry Crossing - Scotland’s newest bridge and the 3rd Firth of Forth crossing which connects Fife and Lothian carrying the M90 Motorway spanning 1.7 miles (2.7km) structure is the longest three-tower, cable-stayed bridge in the world and also by far the largest to feature cables which cross mid-span. This innovative design provides extra strength and stiffness, allowing the towers and the deck to be more slender and elegant. Credit: Colin Fisher/Alamy Live News.
Grangemouth, UK. 8 April 2020.  Pictured: The Queensferry Crossing - Scotland’s newest bridge and the 3rd Firth of Forth crossing which connects Fife and Lothian carrying the M90 Motorway spanning 1.7 miles (2.7km) structure is the longest three-tower, cable-stayed bridge in the world and also by far the largest to feature cables which cross mid-span. This innovative design provides extra strength and stiffness, allowing the towers and the deck to be more slender and elegant. Credit: Colin Fisher/Alamy Live News.
RM2BDPHYGGrangemouth, UK. 8 April 2020. Pictured: The Queensferry Crossing - Scotland’s newest bridge and the 3rd Firth of Forth crossing which connects Fife and Lothian carrying the M90 Motorway spanning 1.7 miles (2.7km) structure is the longest three-tower, cable-stayed bridge in the world and also by far the largest to feature cables which cross mid-span. This innovative design provides extra strength and stiffness, allowing the towers and the deck to be more slender and elegant. Credit: Colin Fisher/Alamy Live News.
Grangemouth, UK. 8 April 2020.  Pictured: The Queensferry Crossing - Scotland’s newest bridge and the 3rd Firth of Forth crossing which connects Fife and Lothian carrying the M90 Motorway spanning 1.7 miles (2.7km) structure is the longest three-tower, cable-stayed bridge in the world and also by far the largest to feature cables which cross mid-span. This innovative design provides extra strength and stiffness, allowing the towers and the deck to be more slender and elegant. Credit: Colin Fisher/Alamy Live News.
RM2BDPJ31Grangemouth, UK. 8 April 2020. Pictured: The Queensferry Crossing - Scotland’s newest bridge and the 3rd Firth of Forth crossing which connects Fife and Lothian carrying the M90 Motorway spanning 1.7 miles (2.7km) structure is the longest three-tower, cable-stayed bridge in the world and also by far the largest to feature cables which cross mid-span. This innovative design provides extra strength and stiffness, allowing the towers and the deck to be more slender and elegant. Credit: Colin Fisher/Alamy Live News.
Grangemouth, UK. 8 April 2020.  Pictured: The Queensferry Crossing - Scotland’s newest bridge and the 3rd Firth of Forth crossing which connects Fife and Lothian carrying the M90 Motorway spanning 1.7 miles (2.7km) structure is the longest three-tower, cable-stayed bridge in the world and also by far the largest to feature cables which cross mid-span. This innovative design provides extra strength and stiffness, allowing the towers and the deck to be more slender and elegant. Credit: Colin Fisher/Alamy Live News.
RM2BDPHR6Grangemouth, UK. 8 April 2020. Pictured: The Queensferry Crossing - Scotland’s newest bridge and the 3rd Firth of Forth crossing which connects Fife and Lothian carrying the M90 Motorway spanning 1.7 miles (2.7km) structure is the longest three-tower, cable-stayed bridge in the world and also by far the largest to feature cables which cross mid-span. This innovative design provides extra strength and stiffness, allowing the towers and the deck to be more slender and elegant. Credit: Colin Fisher/Alamy Live News.
Grangemouth, UK. 8 April 2020.  Pictured: The Queensferry Crossing - Scotland’s newest bridge and the 3rd Firth of Forth crossing which connects Fife and Lothian carrying the M90 Motorway spanning 1.7 miles (2.7km) structure is the longest three-tower, cable-stayed bridge in the world and also by far the largest to feature cables which cross mid-span. This innovative design provides extra strength and stiffness, allowing the towers and the deck to be more slender and elegant. Credit: Colin Fisher/Alamy Live News.
RM2BDPHJDGrangemouth, UK. 8 April 2020. Pictured: The Queensferry Crossing - Scotland’s newest bridge and the 3rd Firth of Forth crossing which connects Fife and Lothian carrying the M90 Motorway spanning 1.7 miles (2.7km) structure is the longest three-tower, cable-stayed bridge in the world and also by far the largest to feature cables which cross mid-span. This innovative design provides extra strength and stiffness, allowing the towers and the deck to be more slender and elegant. Credit: Colin Fisher/Alamy Live News.
Grangemouth, UK. 8 April 2020.  Pictured: The Queensferry Crossing - Scotland’s newest bridge and the 3rd Firth of Forth crossing which connects Fife and Lothian carrying the M90 Motorway spanning 1.7 miles (2.7km) structure is the longest three-tower, cable-stayed bridge in the world and also by far the largest to feature cables which cross mid-span. This innovative design provides extra strength and stiffness, allowing the towers and the deck to be more slender and elegant. Credit: Colin Fisher/Alamy Live News.
RM2BDPHYTGrangemouth, UK. 8 April 2020. Pictured: The Queensferry Crossing - Scotland’s newest bridge and the 3rd Firth of Forth crossing which connects Fife and Lothian carrying the M90 Motorway spanning 1.7 miles (2.7km) structure is the longest three-tower, cable-stayed bridge in the world and also by far the largest to feature cables which cross mid-span. This innovative design provides extra strength and stiffness, allowing the towers and the deck to be more slender and elegant. Credit: Colin Fisher/Alamy Live News.