Network Rail submits plans for Forth Bridge experience

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NETWORK Rail has submitted a planning application to City of Edinburgh Council for proposals to install a bridge walk and visitor hub at the Forth Bridge. 

A generated image of the viewing platform and walkways on the south cantilever. NETWORK RAIL

Under the plans, the public will be able to access the world-famous structure and explore its heritage as well as the outstanding views from a platform 367ft (110m) above sea level.

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