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Fife College Tower
Title: Fife College Tower
Description: The Fife College tower block was a local landmark since the 1960s until its demolition in 2003. A selection of views from the top of the tower are shown below. Behind the tower is St Brycedale Church.
Date: May 2003
Fife College Tower - View North
Title: Fife College Tower - View North
Description: The view to the north towards Ravenscraig Park. The Fire Station can clearly be seen on the left - the white building with the tower. Dysart lies beyond the trees on the coast.
Date: May 2003
Fife College Tower - View East
Title: Fife College Tower - View East
Description: The view to the east looking down Kirk Wynd with the Old Kirk on the left and the St Brycedale Church on the right. With the Firth of Forth in the background, Kirk Wynd leads to the High Street.
Date: May 2003
Fife College Tower - View South
Title: Fife College Tower - View South
Description: The view to the south showing the Town House with clock tower. Beyond it, the site of the Seafield Collery (now new houses) can be seen with the island of Inchkeith on the left and Arthurs Seat, Edinburgh, across the Forth in the centre of the picture.
Date: May 2003
Fife College Tower - View West
Title: Fife College Tower - View West
Description: The view to the west showing the station car park, with a train passing. The garage buildings in the middle foreground (in white) were replaced by a nursing home development in 2005.
Date: May 2003
Fife College Tower - Old Buildings
Title: Fife College Tower - Old Buildings
Description: The old tower block just prior to demolition. Too see how the tower was demolished, click here.
Date: May 2003
Fife College Tower - New Buildings
Title: Fife College Tower - New Buildings
Description: The new entrance and main buildings can be seen in this view, opened in 2004. The college was later renamed as Adam Smith College.
Date: February 2005
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