St Bridget's chapel
Dalgety Bay, Fife
Looking towards the north these images show the ruins of St Bridget’s chapel
on the shoreline of the Firth of Forth at the eastern edge of Dalgety Bay.
The chapel was built before 1170 and was used until about 1830.
It was owned by the canons of Inchcolm Abbey on the island about a mile
away to the south-east.
The chapel is cared for by Historic Scotland and entry is free but close access
by car or by wheelchair is a little tricky.