|To:||Queensferry (W) (NT114779)|
|Distance:||3.2 miles (5.1 km)|
|Meets:||A90, B907, A904|
|Former Number(s):||A90, A904|
|Route outline (key)|
Today the B924 leaves the A90 at a grade separated junction, continuing in a north-westerly direction while the bypass veers off to head west. The road passes the entrance to Dalmeny House, a mansion dating back to 1817, at a junction with an unclassified road giving access to the village of Dalmeny, before heading steeply downhill into Queensferry. The road passes under the Forth Bridge; immediately on the far side is the pier from where the A90 crossed in a ferry to North Queensferry.
Now on the former A904 the B924 runs along the water's edge as the main thoroughfare through Queensferry. The road is narrowed by traffic calming measures throughout this section before widening again and encountering a TOTSO from where the B907 heads south up the hill towards Dalmeny. We turn right and the B924 continues westwards through the residential area of Echline, passing underneath the Forth Road Bridge and climbing to meet the A904 at a triangular junction.