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The Forth Rail Bridge
The Forth Rail Bridge. The Forth Bridge (Built 1890) was the largest span bridge in the world. The bridge took seven years to build, cost ï¾£3 million at the time and used over 50,000 tons of steel. It was the largest civil engineering structure achieved during the nineteenth century and, although William Morris described it as 'the supremest specimen of all ugliness', it remains one of the industrial wonders of the world. Bridge Cantiliver Engineering Structures Girders AfairScenes March 4, 1890 Anniversary - Prince of Wales opens the 1,710 foot Forth Bridge in Scotland
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