Tuesday, September 18, 2007

Tay Rail Bridge North Fife

These shots of the Tay Rail Bridge clearly show the original bridge supports along side the present, they were taken from the Scotairways flight from London on its approach to Dundee. These flights pass overhead of my home in north fife eight times a day occasionally I'm on it. From here the flight goes south west over Cumbernauld, the Lake district, along the Manchester corridor, over Birmingham as it begins its descent to the East of London over the Thames estuary and plop into London Docklands. Jump on the Docklands Light Railway, go past the Millennium Dome, into the city and Hey presto you're there.

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