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Fire Station
Title: Fire Station
Description: Kirkcaldy Fire Station is one of the most distinctive buildings in the town. A selection of views from the station are shown below. Unfortunately the tower is only used for drying hoses and not for visiting photographers.
Date: September 2003
Fire Station Views - South
Title: Fire Station Views - South
Description: As you would expect, the Fire Station has great views over the town. Most prominent are the new houses on the site of Seafield colliery, with Seafield tower in the centre of the picture and Edinburgh in the background.
Date: September 2003
Fire Station Views - South
Title: Fire Station Views - South
Description: This wide view over the town shows, from left to right, Arthur's Seat, Seafield Tower, the Esplanade, Raith Rovers FC (the blue stadium), the Old Kirk (the square tower), the Town House (the green spire) and the St Brycedale Church steeple.
Date: September 2003
Fire Station Views - East
Title: Fire Station Views - East
Description: This view shows Kirkcaldy harbour and the new harbour housing developments. Just below the rooftops is the Sailor's Walk, Kirkcaldy's oldest house.
Date: September 2003
Fire Station - View Over Town
Title: Fire Station - View Over Town
Description: The fire station tower offers fine views over the Firth of Forth and inland over the main areas of the town. Although the tower is no longer manned by a lookout, it is used to dry fire hoses by handing them from the rafters.
Date: September 2003
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