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North Queensferry Heritage Trust

North Queensferry Heritage Trust (NQHT) is dedicated to preserving and promoting the heritage and the natural beauty of our picturesque and ancient maritime village of North Queensferry and the Ferry Hills peninsula for the benefit of the local community, as well as national and international visitors to the area.
NQHT encourages the preservation and education of our historical landmarks including the 1890 Forth Bridge, 1817 Light Tower that overlooks our 1812 John Rennie pier, 11th century St James Chapel, the 1890 Victorian Railway Station, and lately the 1936 iconic Red Phone Box.  We also encourage and promote the nature of the area which has beautiful walks and outstanding picturesque views across the Forth.
Make sure you pick up your free map of self-guided walks in North & South Queensferry - available at the Light Tower and Railway Station.

address

North Queensferry Railway Station
Ferryhills Road
North Queensferry
KY11 1HE

Web: www.nqht.org/
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North Queensferry has a wonderful history and there are  several places to expore including:

  • the World’s Smallest Light Tower
  • the exhibition and gallery rooms in our restored Railway Station
  • the ancient Chapel of St James
  • the War Memorial marks those who fell in two World Wars.
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