This dramatic view of the Forth Crossing in low winter light shows it nearing completion. There are only two deck sections to go !
The newly completed A96 Inveramsay bridge project captured on a spring morning. The new over-bridge carries traffic across the main Aberdeen to Inverness railway line and avoids the old under bridge which caused considerable traffic congestion .
This dramatic drone view shows the north launch area of the Queensferry Crossing . The massive deck section will soon be pushed out towards the north tower and another milestone in project achieved.
With the completion of this project, cyclists can enjoy some of Scotland’s most iconic scenery from Fort William to Inverness.
This impressive structure forms part of the M8,M73,M74 Motorway improvements project . The 2000 tonne structure was moved into position in as part of an impressive piece of civil engineering by Ferrovial Lagan JV who only had two weeks in which to remove the existing embankment , slide in the new…
It has been a while since a posted on the Borders Rail Project . On a beautiful June day I flew the project and it is virtually complete now . I look forward to seeing the first trains running soon through the majestic rolling Borders countryside .
The towers for the Queensferry Crossing are now at half height and this atmospheric shot shows just how much progress has been made since the last news entry.
This recent view of the Queensferry Crossing clearly shows work is progressing on the construction of all three towers. The central tower will soon be at bridge deck height.
Work takes shape on the central tower of the Forth Replacement Crossing. What was once known as the “Beamer Rock” is now home to a small army of construction workers.