Ferry Fair
Burry Man
Queensferry High Street
Ferry
Queensferry High Street
Hawes Hotel
Burgh Seal
Ferry Fair
High Street Well
Ferry Fair 1999
Forth Bridge Opening Invitation
Catherine Terrace
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The ancient Royal Burgh of Queensferry sits on the southern shores of the Firth of Forth between the Forth Bridge and the Forth Road Bridge. Queensferry has a rich history which covers Queen Margaret, the development of the Royal Burgh, witchcraft, Covenanters, the building of the Forth Bridges and much, much more.

Queensferry History Group was formed in 1988 to stimulate an interest in local history, research and record the history of Queensferry and the surrounding area and, last but not least, to enjoy ourselves. We are a group of people of all ages and backgrounds who live in the area, some of us are even incomers!

Please contact us if you are interested in our activities or have any questions about Queensferry history:
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QUEENSFERRY AT WAR

Visit our exhibition at South Queensferry Museum:

Queensferry At War, a Queensferry History Group project, explores and records the events of the Great War in and around Queensferry and the impact on residents. We present our research as web articles and giving talks, displays and exhibitions in Queensferry. Our research covers: life in Queensferry during WW1; the stories behind the names on our war memorials; and the naval history that surrounded Queensferry during the Great War including the Battle of Jutland.

Our Queensferry at War website is available at:
www.queensferry-at-war.org.uk

and our Queensferry at War blog at:
queensferry-at-war.weebly.com

If you would like to join our research team, or if you have information about Queensferry during WW1 or the names on the war memorial, please contact us at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.