A photo gallery of towns and countryside in Fife, Scotland
Copyright © 2009-2011 Elisabeth Seviour All rights reserved
Dunfermline Town Hall viewed from the Abbey grounds
The Abbot House, Dunfermline
The harbour, West Wemyss
West Wemyss viewed from the Fife Coastal Footpath
Halloween revellers, High Street, Dunfermline
The Mercat Cross, High Street, Dunfermline
Guildhall Street, Dunfermline
Poppies near the allotments, Inverkeithing
The Boy in the Train poem by Mary Campbell Smith - displayed in the Kirkcaldy railway station waiting room.
Note the dialect it's written in. Today still, Fife has it's own version of the English language
Inverkeithing Harbour from the library gardens
Dusk in the Maygate, Dunfermline
The sports ground Inverkeithing with Edinburgh in the distance
Pittencrief House, Dunfermline
A public garden near Dunfermline Abbey
View from West Wemyss across the River Forth towards Edinburgh - Arthur's Seat is just visible on the other side.
Dysart harbour looking across the Forth towards Cramond Island and Edinburgh.
View south from Dunfermline heights with Edinburgh and the Pentland hills in the distance
North Queensferry lower village and harbour viewed from the departing Rosyth Zeebrugge ferry
North Queensferry lower village viewed from under the Forth Rail Bridge
Looking through the structure of the Forth Rail Bridge
Northcraig Cottage is in the centre of this picture, the Forth Rail Bridge Viaduct is the structure above
The Great Britain III steam train approaching the Forth Rail Bridge from Inverkeithing Fife on 14 April 2010. It is heading for Edinburgh Waverly station on its way back to London after
9-day trip around Britain. The train is being pulled by 70013 Oliver Cromwell steam locomotive - Photo by Dave Edmondston, a member of Edinburgh Meetup Digital Photography Group.
North Queensferry West Bay and Forth Road Bridge on a hazy day
Interior of Dunfermline Abbey
Pittencrief Park, Dunfermline
Colourful street performers, Dunfermline
Bluebells in The Glen, Dunfermline
The Battle of Inverkeithing 1651 - Oliver Cromwell versus the Scottish Royalist army under King Charles 2nd.
This plaque is located at the rear of the Ferrytoll Park and Ride building, Inverkeithing.
Statue of Andrew Carnegie in Pittencrief Park, Dunfermline
Andrew Carnegie's initials in gold on the gates of Pittencrief Park, Dunfermline
Bus in the fog, Dunfermline
View looking east from Preston Island, Forth Road and Rail Bridges in the far distance
A view looking east from a hilltop north of Burntisland - Berwick Law, Fidra Island, Craigleith Island and the Bass Rock in the far distance
Lighthouse, mid-channel of River Forth, Edinburgh silhouetted in the background
Distant view of Dunfermline across snowy fields
Winter landscape west of Dunfermline
Walking up to Puddledub, two swans flew above my head, their wings beating a loud, rhythmic 'whoosh'.
Gothic architecture, school Dunfermline
Ancient dovecot, Pittencrief Park Dunfermline
A ruined keep, Chapel Gardens, West Wemyss
Carved detail on the Council Chambers Dunfermline
This plaque is in Queen Anne Street Dunfermline, near to the new bus station. 'Plague and pestilence' in Dunfermline is echoed in the names of other parts of the town.
King Charles the first of Scotland was born in Dunfermline on 19 November 1600 - 510 years ago, almost to the day! He was crowned king at the age of 15.
Although denounced as a 'tyrant, traitor and murderer' and executed in London, his remains were nevertheless interred at Windsor Castle, a residence of the present Queen Elisabeth.
Dunfermline Abbey on a bright November morning. The lettering on the tower reads ''Robert The Bruce King'.
Pittencrief Park, winter
Winter fields near Craigluscar, Fife
The bumpy landscape north of Burntisland, Fife, looking east.
Rose hips and autumn leaves
Entrance to a lane near Craigluscar, Fife
Peacocks - for many years an unusual sight in Dunfermline parks and streets
Winter woodland path
A fast-flowing burn near Auchtertool, Fife in the spring.
A country lane near Puddledub, looking north to Benarty Hill in Kinross shire
Benarty Hill viewed from near Loch Leven
View looking east from Preston Island near Culross across the River Forth, with distant Pentland Hills
Dusk over Dunfermline
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