The Third Way
The new Queensferry Crossing across the River Forth, Scotland, nearing completion. This is the third bridge across the Forth at this site: the first is the Forth Bridge (a World Heritage Site - erroneously called the Forth Rail Bridge), the second is the Forth Road Bridge, and now The Queensferry Crossing - as the bridge runs from the small towns of North and South Queensferry. The towns get their name from the ferry service established by Queen Margaret of Scotland in the 11th Century CE. The bridge is 1.7 miles / 2.7km across and is due to open in May 2017.