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South Queensferry: Quiz

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Question 1: There had been ferries at South Queensferry until 1964 when the ________ was opened.
EdinburghForth Road BridgeForth Railway BridgeEdinburgh Airport Rail Link

Question 2: Opposite here you can catch the ferry to ________.
Bass RockInchgarvieInchcolmInchkeith

Question 3: It is a rare example of a surviving church of the ________ Order of friars.
Dominican OrderFranciscanCarmelitesDiscalced Carmelites

Question 4: The town is named after Saint Margaret of Scotland who used to cross the firth by ferry from "Queen's Ferry" to visit her chapel in ________.
Edinburgh CastleWindsor CastleHolyrood PalaceStirling Castle

Question 5: Following the union of the Church of Scotland and the ________ in 1929, the UF Church became known as St Andrew's Church and the old Church of Scotland congregation as the South Church.
Free Presbyterian Church of ScotlandFree Church of Scotland (post-1900)United Presbyterian Church of ScotlandUnited Free Church of Scotland

Question 6: Queensferry (often referred to as South Queensferry to distinguish it from North Queensferry), originally a Royal Burgh in West Lothian, is now part of the City of ________, Scotland.
EdinburghGlasgowNew Town, EdinburghCardiff

Question 7: In recent years the event has attracted people from all over the world, including many people visiting Edinburgh to celebrate ________.
Scottish peopleScotlandHogmanayScots language

Question 8: In 1972 he started an annual sponsored walk across the ________ for Christian Aid, so far raising over £1,000,000.
EdinburghForth Railway BridgeForth Road BridgeEdinburgh Airport Rail Link

Question 9: Ferry services continue to run from the harbour to the islands within the Firth of Forth, including ________.
InchgarvieInchkeithBass RockInchcolm

Question 10: The older ________ name is Cas Chaolas meaning "Steep Sided Strait", but a translation of the English is now more frequently used.
Scots languageScotlandScottish peopleScottish Gaelic







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