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Category:Forth Bridge

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This is a category about listed building number 40370

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This is a category about listed building number 9977

Main Wikipedia article: Forth Bridge
English: The Forth Bridge is a cantilever, railway bridge over the Firth of Forth in the east of Scotland and 14 km (9 miles) west of central Edinburgh. It is often called the "Forth Rail Bridge" to distinguish it from the Forth Road Bridge It is a Historic Scotland Category A listed building - formal title "FORTH BRIDGE" and is dual listed between the City of Edinburgh council area (ref 40370) and Inverkeithing parish, Fife Council (ref 9977) area. The approach viaducts within Fife are similarly listed Category B in Inverkeithing parish. The adjacent road bridge is also Category A listed and similarly has dual listing status in Edinburgh and Fife council areas.
Français : Le pont du Forth est un Pont à poutres cantilever ferroviaire qui traverse le Firth of Forth dans l'est de l'Écosse et à 14 km à l'ouest d'Edinburg. Il est souvent appelé "pont ferroviaire du Forth" pour le distinguer du Pont routier du Forth

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