Forth bridges cotton tea towel
This fun and colourful cotton tea towel celebrates the excellence of Scottish Engineering and design spanning 3 centuries – with a new bridge spanning the mighty River Forth (near Edinburgh) in each.
From the iconic Forth Rail Bridge (first) to the Forth Road Bridge (second) and the brand new Queensferry Crossing (third), going across the river (forth) is always a memorable experience
A sturdy tea towel made with cotton and with a hanging loop. Measuring 78 x 50 cm – large enough to tackle even the largest pile of washing.
First: Forth Rail Bridge opened 4th March 1890
Second: Forth Road Bridge opened 4th September 1964
Third: Queensferry Crossing opened 4th September 2017
Forth: always open…
The three bridges cross the Firth of Forth in the east of Scotland, 9 miles (14 kilometres) west of Edinburgh City Centre.