87 thoughts on “Lines of Forth

  1. Those bridges — I forget what they are called — are quite the rage now. We have the first of the suspension bridges — big ones, anyway. Before that, there were some little ones meant for foot traffic, but not a real road. There’s a whole book about it: The Great Bridge: The Epic Story of the Building of the Brooklyn Bridge by historian David McCullough. I never thought a book about the building of a bridge could be so fascinating.

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