Voted Scotland's greatest man-made wonder in 2016, nothing compares to the world famous UNESCO world heritage site, which is the only rail-related location in the UK.
With stunning views over the Firth and of the rail line below, and only nine miles away from the capital, the Forth Bridge stands as mightily above the water today as it did when it was completed in 1889.
The bridge's viewing platform atop the structure is accessible from the North Queensferry side and available to film from.
Featured in: The 39 Steps (Ralph Thomas, 1959), Six-Five Special (Alfred Shaughnessy, 1958).
Subject to a minimum fee with limited crew numbers.
Firth of Forth
Iconic landmarks, Industrial, Rural settings, Victorian