Welcome to North Queensferry Heritage Trust
North Queensferry Heritage Trust (NQHT)
is dedicated to preserving and promoting the history and beauty of North Queensferry and the immediate surroundings and aims to encourage, preserve, develop and improve features of historic, architectural or environmental value. The Trust is a member of Scottish Civic Trust, Scottish Wildlife Trust and the Forth Estuary Forum.
Use the links above to learn more
About – information about the trust, membership, contact details, and publications
News – latest news about NQHT
Events – Walks, Talks, Trips, The Village Show, Beach Clean
Heritage – Village History, Maps, Photos, Audio recordings, Light Tower, War Memorial, Railway Station and more.
Visiting – Transport, Accommodation, Refreshment, Shopping, ATM, Self-guided walks,
Nature – Ferry widlife
Links – to other web sites of interest
Shop – NQHT items for sale, and membership subscription
Archive – events and news items from the past
Search – search this web-site
1918 – a commemoration of the events of 1918
As you look around the web-site you will find some empty, or partially complete pages. We will gradually fill up over these placeholders over the next few months, and will continue to add new pages.
In the meantime, have a wander round the website. You can send feedback, and suggestions for new content to our email address on the About page.
Posted on May 21st, 2018
Tuesday, 22nd May 7.30pm, at the NQ Community Centre.
Miranda Lorraine will be talking about “The Fife Pilgrim Way”
With a total distance of 70 miles, the route will link together many examples of the region’s medieval and pilgrim heritage, North Queensferry being one of the starting points. This talk will give us a chance to find out how the project is going and what it will mean for North Queensferry.
As many of you may know, funding has been secured to create a new and inspiring long-distance route through beautiful inland Fife.
Starting at Culross and North Queensferry, the 104 km/64 mile path takes in spectacular views of the Highlands, the Coast, Forth and Tay Estuaries and the Lomond Hills. It passes medieval landmarks, industrial landscapes and historic picturesque villages on its way to St. Andrews.
The route uses Fife’s existing network of rights of way, paths and tracks to offer varied opportunities for long distance, multi-day route supplemented by shorter walks and circular routes.
Members £2 / non members £3 – teas will be served after the talk.
Posted on April 17th, 2018
We have rebuilt the entire web-site, to make it much more useable on smart-phones and tablets as well as PCs.
Pages should now scale automatically to fit your screen.
We have removed the drop-down menus to make navigation simpler.
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