Welcome to this web site which contains details of the ferries that operated on the Firth
of Forth on the route was called the Queensferry Passage. The ferries operated between North Queensferry and South Queensferry.
In 1934 when the first two ferries were launched
there was talk of a road bridge being built. The cost however
was prohibitive as it was thought to be in the region of £3 to £5
million. The bridge was of course built 30 years later (1964) at a
cost of £11.5 million. The replacement bridge, the Queensferry Crossing opened in 2017 and cost 1.35 billion.
The ferries were launched on the following dates:-
Newspaper articles regarding the launch of each ferry can be found here:-