Here’s another interesting location for you, but this one isn’t from a home consultation. We recently exhibited our fused glass art at the Edinburgh Homebuilding and Renovating Show at the Royal Highland Centre. Paul, on his travels, was able to take some pictures of the three Forth bridges, including the newest one currently in construction.

Forth Bridge
The very famous and equally iconic Forth Bridge, opened in 1890. For a time, until 1917, it was the longest bridge of its type.

The first image above was taken from North Queensferry, pictured centre, and if you look closely you can see all three Forth bridges in there in order of age from left to right. On the left you have the railway bridge, which we reckon quite a few readers might have seen before, with the current road bridge following after that. The furthest right is of course the bridge that’s currently under construction, and the most modern by far. Did you know that Forth Road Bridge has been open since 1964? Its older brother has been there even longer!

You can’t blame us for stopping to take a good few pictures to remember the occasion and share the moment. It’d be a shame not to, especially when you consider all of the many locations and sights that we see on a regular basis. That’s one of the best parts about the work that we do, as even the longest trips can be incredibly rewarding and might take us to places we’d never have visited otherwise. Why not send us on another adventure by getting your very own fused glass art today?

At The House of Ugly Fish we’re always travelling up and down the country, whether that’s for a home consultation or an exhibition like this one, and we’ll always be able to make another trip for you. If you think that our fused glass art is the perfect thing for your home or business, then why not pick up the phone or drop us an email via the details on our contact page. We’d love to hear from you!