The British Golf Museum
St Andrews, Fife
The British Golf Museum in St Andrews, Fife and just behind are the maquettes (scale models) of The Kelpies,
the sculptures by the M9 at Falkirk Helix.
Also in the photograph are the back of the Royal & Ancient Golf Club and Hamilton House, all in Golf Place, St Andrews
as well as many other well-known locations and golf-related attractions.
From further to the left (east) the view now includes the British Golf Museum the 1st & 18th holes of The Old Course
and The Links, the street of shops alongside the 18th fairway and leading down to Rusack’s Hotel.
Anyone who knows the area will also spot Grannie Clark’s Wynd - which is the public road across the golf course -
and the Swilken Bridge in the distance.
From over the Bruce Embankment, looking south.
In this view the Kelpies maquettes are pretty well hidden by the roof of the British Golf Museum.
And finally, the LocalMotion Land Train passing the museum and taking tourists on a trip round the town.