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Monday 6 Sep 2021

Forth Bridge Experience to Host Online Community Drop-Ins

Region & Route:
Scotland’s Railway: Scotland

The Queensferry community will have the chance to hear about revised proposals to install a bridge walk and visitor hub at the south side of the Forth Bridge.

As part of the pre-application process, the Network Rail project team will be hosting two online community drop-in meetings this month.

Taking place on Monday, September 13 and Tuesday September 21, 2021 from 3-7pm, the online drop-ins will provide members of the community with an opportunity to find out more about the proposals and ask any questions they may have.

To book a slot at our online drop-ins or for more information about the project please visit:

A full planning application, including plans, artist impressions and detailed designs will be submitted later this year following the public engagement exercise.

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