Firth of Forth

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Noun1.Firth of Forth - a large firth on the east coast of Scotland and the estuary of the Forth River; location of Edinburgh
Scotland - one of the four countries that make up the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland; located on the northern part of the island of Great Britain; famous for bagpipes and plaids and kilts
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He would find no difficulty in swimming across the Firth of Forth at Edinburgh.
FAULT LINES DOUG JOHNSTONE Imagine an Edinburgh where a tectonic fault has opened up to produce a new volcano in the Firth of Forth and tremors are an everyday occurrence.
The bridge spans the Firth of Forth near Edinburgh alongside the famous red Forth Rail Bridge and the PS1.
He put his suggestion to the BBC, and the first programme was broadcast in January 1942 1975 The Queen opened the North Sea pipeline, the first to be built underwater, bringing 400,000 barrels ashore each day at Grangemouth Refinery on the Firth of Forth
TUFNOL COMPOSITES reports it has supplied specialist products to the new state-of-the-art bridge across Scotland's Firth of Forth, the Queensferry Crossing.
The Scottish Government gave consent to four major wind farms in the Firth of Forth and the Firth of Tay in 2014, but the RSPB launched a judicial review.
35billion project and tell of their pride that the Firth of Forth will soon have three iconic bridges spanning three centuries, each demonstrating the highest standards of civil engineering of their time.
A major new rail bridge has been proposed for the Firth of Forth.
Birrell Stewart, 30, was recovered from the water about a mile off the coast of East Wemyss, Fife, after the 10ft fishing boat capsized in the Firth of Forth shortly before 5pm on Monday.
Right, swim-|mers take part in the Loony Dook New Year's Day dip in the Firth of Forth at South Queensferry, as part of Edinburgh's Hogmanay celebrations; below, Marco Fois, of Italy, dives into the Tiber river from the 59-foot-high Cavour Bridge in Rome to celebrate the New Year | Iraqi break dancers in Santa Claus costumes celebrate the New Year at Firdous Square in Baghdad.
The archive files also show other dump sites around Scotland and how waste and sludge from nuclear submarines based at Rosyth Dockyard was regularly being deposited in the Firth of Forth during the 1960s.
1975: The Queen opened the North Sea pipeline refinery on the Firth of Forth.