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Images Dated 4th July 2014

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The firth of forth railway bridge Featured 4 Jul 2014 Image

The firth of forth railway bridge

The firth of forth railway bridge looking from (South) Queensferry towards North Queensferry.The Railway bridge over the Firth of Forth, taken from Queensferry (South) to North Queensferry. There were ferries at Queensferry until 1964 when the nearby Forth Road Bridge was opened. Ferry services continue to run from the harbour to the islands within the Firth of Forth.The railroad bridge was designed by Sir John Fowler and opened in 1890. In 2012 the bridge was placed on the Unesco world heritage tentative list

© 2014 Frans Sellies

Standing Stones of Callanish III (3) on Great Bernera, isle of Lewis, Outer Hebrides Featured 4 Jul 2014 Image

Standing Stones of Callanish III (3) on Great Bernera, isle of Lewis, Outer Hebrides

Standing Stones of Callanish III on Great Bernera, Isle of Lewis, Outer Hebrides. It is part of a series of Standing Stones in the close vicinity of the famous Standing Stones of Callanish. (Large format sizes available)

© Martin Zwick / DanitaDelimont.com

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The Queen Christens Royal Navya€™S New Aircraft Carrier Featured 4 Jul 2014 Image

The Queen Christens Royal Navya€™S New Aircraft Carrier

Pictured are events from the Queen Elizabeth naming ceremony conducted at Rosyth Dockyard.
Pictured is an RAF Chinook, and Royal Navy Seaking and Merlin Helicopters.
Her Majesty The Queen officially named the UK's newest aircraft carrier at Rosyth, near Edinburgh, in a spectacular ceremony celebrating British Naval capability.
The Prime Minister, Secretary State of Defence and the First Sea Lord joined the celebrations, along with allies from around the globe and more than 3, 500 people involved in the design and construction of the largest warship ever built in the UK

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