Monday, 24 August 2009

Frankly worrying...


Hey there train fans,

Here's a top vid' of yours truly on The Forth Rail Bridge a week or two back. The bridge is massively massive and ginormous so a vid' of the whole thing would be huge, but here's a taster.
This is a large rail bridge over the Firth of Forth in Edinburgh. It is a cantilever bridge opened in 1890 and still taking 200 trains per day.

More train drama today as I am off to Cumbria later.

Honk!



6 comments:

Suburbia said...

No scary facts about the weight of the water when it rains? You are disappointing your readers BS5!

BS5 Blogger said...

Hey there Suburbia!

I was going to include the number of rivets and the total weight of the paint but that might have showed my secret Spod side.

Suburbia said...

You mean that's a secret?

(Scoots off chuckling.......)

Fat, frumpy and fifty... said...

..and no mention of the bridge being the source of Iron Bru! Yuk...my kids love it...being part scots I guess they would.

D'ang said...

Classy stuff, bro.

Dandelion, who will be visiting in September, will no doubt be asking you for a guided tour of good bits of pavement, bridge and other assorted infrastructure, as she is most interested in that sort of thing.

cannwin said...

I've actually seen that bridge and I just love the place

The Firth of Forth. Hah! Say that ten times fast.