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Theresa Hughes
Fife Council, Development Plan
Floor 2 Kingdom House
Kingdom Avenue
Glenrothes
KY7 5LY
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Fife - West & Dunfermline:  21 September 2014

Get behind the scenes of some fascinating buildings in West Fife & Dunfermline this September.

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Inverkeithing Town House
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21.09.14 (12.00-16.00)
Bank Street / Town Hall Street, Inverkeithing,  KY11 1LX
Inverkeithing Town House - Image 1

The steeple dates from 1755 but the Town House was rebuilt in 1770 from an earlier timber building. Up to 1975 Inverkeithing Burgh Council met in the Chamber Room and the top floor was used by the local court presided over by a Justice of the Peace.


Building Date: 18C
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Stewards at key points

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Rosyth Castle & Doocot
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21.09.14 (13.00-17.00)
Follow signs to Europarc Ferry Terminal, The castle is by the terminal roundabout, Rosyth,  KY11 2XB
Rosyth Castle & Doocot - Image 1

From A90 Forth Bridge approach road, follow signs for Rosyth Europarc (Castle Rd); at roundabout follow sign for Forties Campus (Millennium Ave & Barhan Rd.) The Doocot is on the right. Guides will be there to assist with parking. Please do not park at the Castle. Guides will lead you the short distance from the Doocot to the Castle.


Building Date: Late 15th century

An island of history in a sea of docklands development, members of the Rosyth Garden City History Association are very pleased to show you the castle and the associated doocot, one of the best in Fife, explaining its function and links to the castle.

Rough ground, narrow path.

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Scottish Vintage Bus Museum
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21.09.14 (12.30-17.00)
M90 Commerce Park, (On B915 2 miles west of M90 Junc 4.), Lathalmond,  KY12 0SJ
Scottish Vintage Bus Museum - Image 1Over 190 buses of every age, style and in every state of repair. See the amazing work carried out to return these splendid workhorses to their former glory - and all aboard for a ride down memory lane.

On-site tours from 1.00. Lathalmond to Dunfermline

FREE shuttle bus between Museum and Dunfermline Bus Station Stance 1:

Depart Dunfermline Bus Station, Stance 1

12pm, 1pm, 2pm, 3pm, 4pm

Arrival at Bus Museum, Lathalmond

12:25pm, 1:25pm, 2:25pm, 3:25pm, 4:25pm

Departing Bus Museum, Lathalmond

12:45pm, 1:45pm, 2:45pm, 3:45pm, 4:45pm

Bus courtesy of Stagecoach

Image (c) www.scran.ac.uk

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St. Margaret's Cave
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21.09.14 (11.00-16.00)
Glenbridge car park, Chalmers Street, Dunfermline,  KY12 8DF
St. Margaret's Cave - Image 1

West Fife's underground attraction! A geological feature, once accessed from the Glen before the car park site was infilled, it is believed to have been used as a retreat for prayer by Queen Margaret Canmore over 900 years ago. You will experience the atmosphere of Dunfermline's history as you descend the many steps in time.

Numbers restricted to 20 at any one time. Long flight of steps. No wheelchair access

Image (c) www.scran.ac.uk

Please note that there is no disabled access.

 

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Tulliallan Old Kirkyard
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21.09.14 (13.00-16.00)
Top of Kirk Street, Kincardine on Forth,  FK10 4PT
Explore this wonderful old kirkyard, a treasure-trove of Kincardine history. Three and four hundred years ago local craftsmen carved in local stone the trades of the people interred, thereby providing a glimpse of a busy and prosperous Kincardine. Also appreciate the huge effort by Willie and Bill over decades rescuing this tranquil corner of Fife from oblivion.
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