UK government is being trolled over a tweet about a bridge

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LONDON — The Foreign Office Twitter account wants us to know that Great Britain will soon be home to the world’s longest three-tower cable-stayed bridge. 

Queensferry Crossing in Scotland is set to open in 2017.

Except the bridge featured in the tweet below is not Queensferry Crossing. 

Opening in 2017, the 2.7 km Queensferry Crossing will be the longest 3 tower cable-stayed bridge in the world #DesignisGREAT #GlobalBritain pic.twitter.com/3pTCUl1WnN

— Foreign Office (FCO) (@foreignoffice) November 29, 2016

It is of another bridge in Scotland called Forth Bridge, a UNESCO world heritage site that completed construction in 1890. Read more…

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