The Forth Railway Bridge from the pier at North Queensferry
Fife Coastal Path
North Queensferry
 OS MAP SHOWING THE FIFE COASTAL PATH ROUTE THROUGH NORTH QUEENSFERRY
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WHAT TO LOOK OUT FOR


■ The bridges at North Queensferry. While the railway bridge is without question one of the architectural wonders of the Victorian era, you also have the most impressive road bridge and the soon-to-be-finished new road bridge. All are utterly awesome and worth a trip to North Queensferry for them alone.
■ The interesting heritage plaques dotted here and there in the village.
The map above is an interactive map provided by Ordnance Survey. The map, as it is shown when you first open this web page, is exactly as you will see it on the Ordnance Survey 'Landranger 65, Falkirk & Linlithgow' map, which has a scale of 1:50000 or one-and-a-quarter inches to a mile. Although the Fife Coastal Path is very well signposted, you are advised to have a paper copy of this map, and others for the sections of the Fife Coastal Path that you intend to walk. As you can see, the Fife Coastal Path is clearly marked on the map as a line of small red diamonds. Try not to zoom out on the above map, as you will lose the route of the Path. You can use the directional arrows to look at areas of the path to either side of that shown.
THE VICTORIAN RAILWAY BRIDGE
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