No humpback whales were reported in the Firth of Forth
outside these time periods, despite year-round observations.
Documents at the National Records of Scotland show the now-defunct electronics firm Ferranti Ltd dumped scrap from its Dundee radio valve manufacturing plant in the Firth of Forth
at North Queensferry every three or four months between 1954 and 1956 without permission.
The proposed location for the project is around 22 kilometres from the East coast of Scotland, and covers an area of 2,852 square kilometres in the outer Firth of Forth
Firth Of Forth
: maiden winner has to give weight to all his opponents
A wreck found buried in Scotland's Firth of Forth
may hold the lost treasures of King Charles I.
To the north is the sea, the Firth of Forth
, partly obscured by the ragged skyline of the Old Town.
Fancy watching hordes of folk in fancy dress plunge themselves into the icy waters of the Firth of Forth
? Then head to South Queensferry on New Year's Day for the annual Loony Dook to cheer the brave souls on their way.
TUFNOL COMPOSITES reports it has supplied specialist products to the new state-of-the-art bridge across Scotland's Firth of Forth
, the Queensferry Crossing.
The Queen will open the new PS1.35billion road crossing over the Firth of Forth
near Edinburgh on Monday - and if she's after a convenient bed for the night, then she's in luck.
Queen Elizabeth II in 1975 The Queen opened the North Sea pipeline, the first to be built underwater, bringing 400,000 barrels ashore each day at Grangemouth Refinery on the Firth of Forth
Further north, Julie Lloyd continued her fine form, winning the Cross Firth of Forth
Challenge in choppy conditions.