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Inchcolm Abbey
Title: Inchcolm Abbey
Description: Inchcolm Abbey, on Inchcolm island, is the best preserved Abbey in Scotland. Founded during the 12th century it can be reached by regular ferry from South Queensferry.
Date: July 1992
Inchcolm Island
Title: Inchcolm Island
Description: This view from the hill overlooking the Abbey shows the beaches, popular with seals, and the town of Dalgety Bay in the background.
Date: July 1992
Inchcolm Island - View East
Title: Inchcolm Island - view east
Description: The view east from the Abbey tower shows the Historic Scotland visitor centre and, high on the hill, the war fortifications. In the background can be seen the Isle of May at the mouth of the Forth. It can be visited by boat from Anstruther.
Date: July 1992
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