HMS Prince of Wales has sailed under the three Forth bridges as she leaves Rosyth.
HMS Prince of Wales
One of the UK's two biggest warships has edged through a 130ft wide lock to enter the Firth of Forth on its maiden voyage.
Britain’s newest aircraft carrier is expected to emerge from Rosyth Dockyard for the first time in the next few days.
One of the UK’s largest aircraft carriers has sailed down the Firth of Forth after leaving its dry dock in Rosyth.
Fire crews were called to Rosyth dockyard on Sunday morning after a report of an incident on the Queen Elizabeth class aircraft carrier currently under construction.
The UK Government has been accused of treating Scottish dockyard workers with contempt after rumours resurfaced that a multi-billion pound aircraft carrier being built at Rosyth will be sold or mothballed.
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The second Queen Elizabeth class aircraft carrier to be constructed at Rosyth is on track for delivery as planned in around a year’s time - although question marks have been raised over whether it will come in on budget.
The HMS Prince of Wales project has been described as "absolutely pivotal" to the future of Rosyth as it seeks to secure further work beyond the current Royal Navy aircraft carriers contract.