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A mammoth engineering feat, Scotland's third Forth bridge is ready to open
by Elisabeth O'Leary
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28 August 2017
On 28 August 2017 Reuters reported:
The Queensferry Crossing, the third bridge in as many centuries to link Edinburgh and the north of Scotland over the River Forth, was formally completed on Monday (28 August), concluding the biggest Scottish infrastructure project in a generation. The elegant new bridge opens to traffic on Wednesday. With three structures rising like sails over its span, it is the longest of its type in the world at 1.7 miles (2.7 km).
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