The Forth Bridge is a railway bridge over the Firth of Forth in Scotland. I have been to photograph it a couple of times and it has always had this horrible looking scaffolding on parts of the structure. Due to the size (1.6 miles long) it needs constant maintenance so this scaffolding is always here. However the current painting of the bridge involves a new paint that is expected to last at least 25 years, due for completion this December. This may mean a chance for me to capture a photograph of the bridge scaffolding free at some point!