IT'S set to be a tale of three bridges at Dunfermline Carnegie Library & Galleries as a new exhibition is launched.

SPAN - A Tale of Three Bridges celebrates the pioneering bridges over the Forth estuary and arrives in the town this Saturday.

The Forth Bridge and Forth Road Bridge were engineering marvels of their time, with the £1.35 billion Queensferry Crossing completing the trio of landmarks with its official opening in September last year.

The exhibition offers a chance to learn about the brave and ingenious Victorian 'briggers', who built the Forth Bridge, and the 'spider-men' who scaled the heights of the Road Bridge.

The show is also set to appeal to youngsters, who have the opportunity to play giant snakes and ladders, dress-up in costume and try their hand at creating their own engineering masterpieces.

Alice Pearson, curator of Fife Cultural Trust, said: "We hope that the exhibition will appeal to visitors of all ages.

"We are delighted to be able to exhibit some of Kate’s artworks which are a fantastic visual record and interpretation of these world famous structures."

Following a successful run at Deep Sea World in North Queensferry, SPAN runs at Dunfermline Carnegie Library & Galleries until Sunday, April 15.