Plans to build a visitor centre and bridge walk at the Forth Bridge are on hold after Network Rail admitted “non-core railway opportunities” are now less of a priority. First unveiled in 2014, the £15 million proposal would have seen a North Queensferry based visitor centre and lift and a South
The Forth Bridge has become Scotland’s sixth UNESCO World Heritage Site. The decision came during a meeting of the UNESCO World Heritage Committee in Bonn. The bid to have the bridge recognised was put forward by the UK government following a joint project with the Scottish Government, partnering
A view of the Forth Bridge, a snap of the Grangemouth oil refinery and a scene from the ongoing work at the new Queensferry Crossing have been shortlisted in the RICS Infrastructure Photography competition. The UK-wide contest showcases the very best in infrastructure photography and was judged by R
Network Rail has appointed Arup to take forward the design of a visitor centre and bridge walk for one of Scotland’s most recognisable landmarks, The Forth Rail Bridge.
Martin Chown and Mike Crockart MP on the Forth Bridge Balfour Beatty hosted local MP Mike Crockart on the Forth Bridge where he met with Balfour Beatty’s director of supply chain and procurement, Martin Chown, to discuss the contribution Balfour Beatty is making to the local economy.