Sunday, 25 December 2011
Tour Scotland Video Photographer Forth Railway Bridge Christmas Day December 24th
Tour Scotland video shot Christmas Day of a photographer by the Forth Railway Bridge in South Queensferry, near Edinburgh, Scotland. No, this is not me, but I knew exactly what was going to happen to this gentleman when he stood where he did.
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The Forth Bridge has long been recognised as one of the finest examples of Victorian engineering on the planet and has achieved an iconic status as one of the great feats of western civilisation since its official opening in 1890. Lavishly illustrated throughout with stunning archive images, Elspeth Wills uncovers the human story behind 'the engineering marvel': the story of the Briggers. It is a story that has never been told before, of ordinary men working on an extraordinary structure in an often hostile and dangerous environment. Recognised throughout the world as an enduring icon of Scotland, the Forth Bridge is more than just a testament to the genius of Victorian engineering, it is a monument to all those who worked to realise its vision and to the scores of lives that were lost in the process. In this groundbreaking new work, Elspeth Wills gives a voice to the forgotten heroes who helped to make the ambition of the Bridge a reality. The Briggers: The Story of the Men Who Built the Forth Bridge.
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