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All reviews low tide who lost their lives tragic history closer look both sides beautiful river sunny day well worth a visit lovely walk st andrews broughty ferry dundee law disaster collapsed tay fife crossing
In the area so I went along to Wormit Railway Station to get a view of the bridge . There are panoramic views to be had going East and West and of course across to Dundee .Lucky to see a train going across at the...More
love going over the bridge whether alking or on my bike or by car....Fife is like a second home to me as most of my mums family are FIFERS from Forgan, St Andrews and surrounding areas..... the bridge itself gives you a clear view of...More
regularly used by various walkers , runners and cyclists for pleasure as well as groups and clubs for events and charity walks etc , bracing walk taking on the beautiful scenery . can often see seals or dolphins in the river too
Once the longest rail bridge in the world. It suffered from an inauspicious start when there was a disaster in a violent storm and parts of the bridge collapsed. Their is a memorial on the north side to commemorate those who lost their lives. When...More
This is an amazing engineering feature and such a picturesque landscape especially when the sun is out and also at twilight. When the tide is out there are usually seals to be seen on the sandbanks. It is just incredible.