Website updates September 2018

Posted on September 1st, 2018

Surrender of the German High Seas Fleet

As this year marks the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I, in November, North Queensferry Heritage Trust will present an exhibition in the Railway Station on what was the last act of the war – the Surrender of the German High Seas Fleet in the Firth of Forth, November 21st 1918.

We have added lots of new content to the web-site as background material to the events at the end of 1918.

The latest additions are a new page about the first Naval Air StationNaval Air Station in Scotland

and audio recordings of the exploits of the Heroes of Heligoland the 20th destroyer flotilla, who laid mines in German waters to keep the German Fleet locked up in their home port.


Please report any problems by email – nqhtinfo@gmail.com

Website updates September 2018

Posted on September 1st, 2018

Surrender of the German High Seas Fleet

As this year marks the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I, in November, North Queensferry Heritage Trust will present an exhibition in the Railway Station on what was the last act of the war – the Surrender of the German High Seas Fleet in the Firth of Forth, November 21st 1918.

We have added lots of new content to the web-site as background material to the events at the end of 1918.

The latest additions are a new page about the first Naval Air StationNaval Air Station in Scotland

and audio recordings of the exploits of the Heroes of Heligoland the 20th destroyer flotilla, who laid mines in German waters to keep the German Fleet locked up in their home port.


Please report any problems by email – nqhtinfo@gmail.com

Web site updates August 2018

Posted on August 4th, 2018

Surrender of the German High Seas Fleet

As this year marks the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I, in November, North Queensferry Heritage Trust will present an exhibition in the Railway Station on what was the last act of the war – the Surrender of the German High Seas Fleet in the Firth of Forth, November 21st 1918.

We have added lots of new content to the web-site as background material to the events at the end of 1918.


Please report any problems by email – nqhtinfo@gmail.com

Web site updates April 2018

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.

Please report any problems by email – nqhtinfo@gmail.com

We have also added some new content – Ferrybarns Airstation
and Welldean Catch Points


Web site updates November 2017

Posted on November 18th, 2017

From Bruce to Bells

We have added a new page on the History of North Queensferry Church under Our Heritage


Year of History, Heritage and Archaeology

Posted on May 28th, 2017

Fife Council are celebrating the Year of History, Heritage and Archaeology all through 2017.

Every month they are featuring a location or event in the Kingdom with great prizes up for grabs including a hot air balloon flight, accommodation at top hotels, fine dining and gift boxes full of lovely things. (more…)