Lanyard in the official Queensferry Crossing tartan (2019). The tartan was exclusively designed by Kinloch Anderson Ltd for Transport Scotland and registered on 16 April 2019. In the registration notes it is stated:
The sett has been established as a feature of tartan to represent each of the three centuries of The Forth Bridges; the widest central white band notes a count of 20, representing the completion of the Queensferry Crossing in 2017. The widest grey bands note a count of 19 to represent the completion of The Forth Road Bridge in 1964, this section also provides a visual of the 2 towers of the suspension bridge with its central crosses. The widest red bands count 18 representing the completion of the Forth Rail Bridge in 1890. The design features the 3 colours of each of The Forth Bridges, also featured in the brand logo representing this iconic location and visitor destination.
To see the entry in the Scottish Register of Tartans click https://www.tartanregister.gov.uk/tartanDetails?ref=12468.