Forth Bridge, late 19th century. : News Photo

Forth Bridge, late 19th century.

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UNITED KINGDOM - MARCH 03: Stereocard which when placed in a viewer, gave a 3-D image. Before the Firth of Forth railway bridge was completed in 1889, passengers were transported over the Firth of Forth by ferry. However, the building of the bridge meant that those people travelling north from Edinburgh got there much more quickly. The bridge was made from tubes of steel plate, that were 12' in diameter. It is the oldest railway cantilever bridge in the world. Designed by Sir John Fowler and Sir Benjamin Baker, it is still in use. (Photo by SSPL/Getty Images)
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UNITED KINGDOM - MARCH 03: Stereocard which when placed in a viewer, gave a 3-D image. Before the Firth of Forth railway bridge was completed in 1889, passengers were transported over the Firth of Forth by ferry. However, the building of the bridge meant that those people travelling north from Edinburgh got there much more quickly. The bridge was made from tubes of steel plate, that were 12' in diameter. It is the oldest railway cantilever bridge in the world. Designed by Sir John Fowler and Sir Benjamin Baker, it is still in use. (Photo by SSPL/Getty Images)
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January 01, 1880
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90759948
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Stereocard which when placed in a viewer gave a 3D image Before the... News Photo 90759948Arranging,Civil Engineering,Engineering,Finance,Firth of Forth,History,Horizontal,Image,Optical Instrument,Rail Transportation,Railroad Track,Railway Bridge,River,Scotland,Sea,Steel,Stereoscopic Image,Stock Market,Three Dimensional,Transportation,Travel,UK,Victorian StylePhotographer Collection: SSPL SSPL/National Railway MuseumUNITED KINGDOM - MARCH 03: Stereocard which when placed in a viewer, gave a 3-D image. Before the Firth of Forth railway bridge was completed in 1889, passengers were transported over the Firth of Forth by ferry. However, the building of the bridge meant that those people travelling north from Edinburgh got there much more quickly. The bridge was made from tubes of steel plate, that were 12' in diameter. It is the oldest railway cantilever bridge in the world. Designed by Sir John Fowler and Sir Benjamin Baker, it is still in use. (Photo by SSPL/Getty Images)