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St Andrews Harbour - Fife

St Andrews Harbour, Fife, Scotland

Looking north over the harbour area with the ruined abbey just behind.

The water running in from the bottom left (west) is the Kinness Burn which has formed the basis of the harbour, documented from the 13th century and in regular use even earlier.

These photos were taken near a full tide with the water level in the river high enough to provide draft for the boats moored there.

It looks so much better than at low tide, like so many other locations.


St Andrews Harbour, Fife, Scotland

Looking north over the harbour area with the ruined abbey just behind.

The harbour is now cared for by the St Andrews Harbour Trust.


St Andrews Harbour, Fife, Scotland

The café has an excellent line in fish and chips (which can be eaten at their outside tables right by the water) and even sells salads, we're told.


St Andrews Harbour, Fife, Scotland

Looking back into the light.

Taken on a May afternoon around 3pm.



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