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Description : The Forth Road Bridge near Edinburgh, Scotland. Opened in 1964 as one of the longest suspension bridges in the World. It served the motoring public for 53 years, but has now closed for a major overhaul. The new cable stayed Queensferry Bridge (which today stands behind this bridge)now carries the traffic until repairs are complete, when they will both share the increased amount of vehicular trafic. This view is from the South with the Forth Railway bridge just out of sight to the right
Date : 1973 (dated by postage stamp and card number)
Size in mm :(approx) - 138 X 88
PublisherE.T.W. Dennis & Sons Ltd, Scarborough
Publisher's Card No. : E.0281 - 34
Used : A 3 new pence decimal, blue stamp of QEII, issued in 1971, Cancelled EDINBURGH 11 JU 1973, addessed to Cobb, Steep Hill, Chobham, Woking, Surrey
Condition : A good quality real photo-card - corners a little worn

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