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Inchkeith Island - View from Kirkcaldy
Title: Inchkeith Island - View from Kirkcaldy
Description: Inchkeith Island marks the entrance to the Firth of Forth as it begins to narrow between Kinghorn and Edinburgh. This is the view of the island from Kirkcaldy.
Date: May 2009
Inchkeith Island - View from Seafield
Title: Inchkeith Island - View from Seafield
Description: Inchkeith Island as seen from the beach at Seafield, Kirkcaldy. The remains of the old Colliery pier can still be seen.
Date: March 2005
Inchkeith Island - View from Kinghorn
Title: Inchkeith Island - View from Kinghorn
Description: This view of the island was taken from Kinghorn beach as the winter sun sets.
Date: February 2010
Inchkeith Island - View from Kinghorn
Title: Inchkeith Island - View from Kinghorn
Description: This view of Inchkeith Island was taken from a train passing Kinghorn station and also shows the fine church bell tower.
Date: September 2004
Inchkeith Island - Passing Ferry
Title: Inchkeith Island - Passing Ferry
Description: During the 2000's a passenger and freight ferry ran from Rosyth to Zeebrugge in Belgium taking 17hrs for the trip. Sadly, the passenger service has now stopped. The ferry route was taken over by NorfolkLine during its final months. A southbound ferry is seen passing the island in a view from Kirkcaldy.
Date: May 2009
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