Social media

 

Join in the conversation online and help create noise about the Queensferry Crossing.


On Twitter use #LoveQC and follow @FRC_Queensferry and for Facebook use @QueensferryCrossing.


You could use some Scotland-wide messaging that you can adapt for social media. Remember to use #LoveQC:

  • Scotland celebrates a moment in history as the Queensferry Crossing opens.
  • Scotland becomes the world’s first destination to have three bridges spanning three centuries in one stunning location.
  • The new Queensferry Crossing establishes theForth Bridges as global icons of Scotland
  • Innovation, design and engineering celebrated with opening of the country’s biggest infrastructure project in a generation.
  • This is the launch of the single biggest infrastructure project in a generation - an outstanding achievement for Scotland.
  • Fife, Edinburgh and West Lothian united in unveiling of awe-inspiring new structure.
  • The UK’s tallest bridge is unveiled to the world.

 Queensferry Crossing

 

Useful to follow:

 

@TheForthBridges 
The launch of the new website theforthbridges.org goes live in August alongside Forth Bridges Twitter and Facebook accounts. 

 

@VisitScotNews
Please also keep an eye VisitScotland’s corporate Twitter account and LinkedIn feeds – and like, share and retweet to show your support.

 

@VisitScotland
For VisitScotland consumer social media accounts follow on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

 

Selfie support         

  
Encourage your visitors to take a selfie at the bridge and post it online to be part of the Frame the Bridge campaign.


There are viewing platforms on both sides of the Forth Road Bridge which provide excellent vantage points for your photos: at the Forth Replacement Crossing project’s Contact and Education Centre (on the south side) and at The Queensferry Hotel (on the north side). You'll also find lots of great vantage points along the coastlines of Fife and the Lothians (and some further inland!).


If you already have a great photo of yourself, featuring the Queensferry Crossing, you can submit this at  queensferrycrossingarc.co.uk/campaigns/frame-the-bridge.

 

Public scrapbook


The Queensferry Crossing public scrapbook is exactly that: a collection of fantastic images taken by members of the public. You can view the project's construction story (and beyond) through the lenses of keen photographers who have been inspired by the update to one of Scotland's most photographed landscapes: the Forth estuary.

Encourage your visitors to upload any images they take to the scrapbook so that others can enjoy your perspective on this feat of modern engineering: queensferrycrossingarc.co.uk/public-scrapbook.

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