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Forth Bridge World nominated for Heritage site status

Forth Bridge World nominated for Heritage site status

The Forth Bridge carrying the railway connecting Edinburgh with Fife has been put forward by Culture Secretary Maria Miller as the UK’s latest nomination for World Heritage site status.

If successful the site would join Stonehenge, the Tower of London, and the Jurassic Coast on the existing list of UK World Heritage sites and worldwide would be among a select group that includes the Taj Mahal, the Grand Canyon and the Great Wall of China. UNESCO will examine the nomination and make a final decision next year.

The Forth Bridge is an iconic British structure, recognised around the world as a feat of engineering, which at over a mile and a half long was the first major British construction to be made of steel.

World Heritage sites are huge tourist draws contributing to the estimated £26.4 billion and over 700,000 jobs that heritage-based tourism contributes to the UK economy.

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