And now for something completely different.
There are three bridges across the Forth at Queensferry that allow easy access to Edinburgh from the north. One is the Forth Bridge which is a railway bridge, the second is the Forth road bridge and the third is Queensferry Crossing built after it was found that the Forth road bridge was not big enough to handle all the traffic. Pedestrians frequently use the Forth road bridge and so I found that it was easy to walk out and get good photo ops of both the Forth Bridge and the Queensferry Crossing. Confused? Well today’s post is only of the Queensferry Crossing. The day I hopped a bus down to Queensferry was the only day in my nearly three weeks in Scotland that was full brilliant sunshine. A welcome respite from the winds and clouds of the Outer Hebrides.