Saturday, 29 March 2008

Favorite Places in Scotland Crail Harbour

One of our favorite Places in Scotland to visit for a day is Crail Harbor on the East Coast of Fife. It is almost totally unspoilt and retains its old fishing village character. There is a fine coffee shop on the way down the hill which does great home made scones and cream. Be sure to take your camera.Crail Harbour

Crail Harbour Master who sadly recently died.

Thursday, 27 March 2008

Largo Parish Church David Briggs

David Briggs died 27 November 1827 aged 83, buried in the graveyard at Largo Parish Church.

Thursday, 20 March 2008

Largo Parish Church Fife

Largo Parish Church Graveyard has many famous people buried such as Captain Andrew Wade Blythe.

Blakety Farm shop near Lower Largo

Blakety Farm shop near Lower Largo good for a coffee or fresh organic vegetables.

Monday, 17 March 2008

Cottage Holiday Scotland Fife Firth of Forth

Cottage Holiday Scotland Fife Firth of Forth
Photo taken of the Firth of Forth in April from Lower Largo of the setting sun.
More Fife Photos.

Saturday, 8 March 2008

St Andrews Museum Event

St Andrews Museum World War Event

World War Two is often called The People's War. Almost the entire civilian population was mobilised for the war effort and the term Home Front was coined to encourage people to pull together. Using objects, images and oral history extracts, this exhibition examines how the war changed almost every aspect of daily life. Find out about rationing, the blackout, air raids, civil defence units, how the war affected women and children and much more.


St Andrews Museum, Kinburn Park, St Andrews


Running Until Sunday 9th March 2008


St Andrews Museum - Tel: 01334 659380

More Fife Events

Tuesday, 4 March 2008

Beach Lower Largo Fife March

Beach Lower Largo Fife March

This photo was taken on the beach in Lower Largo Fife by a guest touring the area. Lower Largo is famous as the birthplace of Alexander Selkirk, Robinson Crusoe.
More photos of tour of the Lower Largo area.