South Queensferry

South Queensferry is at the north-western edge of . The town is named after St. Margaret, the 11th century Queen of Scotland who instigated the ferry service across the Firth of Forth which ran until the completion of the Forth Road Bridge in 1964.

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Irish:  Cas Chaolas Scottish Gaelic:  Cas Chaolais Urdu:  جنوبی کوئنزفیری GBSOQ

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