Letham Glen, Leven

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NO3702 : Cock-ma-Lane, Leven by Bill Kasman
From the unmade road of Cock-ma-Lane this path runs to Forest Path (road) crosses it and continues on for quite some distance. About 100m along this path is a pedestrian path into Letham Glen NO3702 : Letham Glen, Leven The entrance into Glenview Caravan Park is on the left.
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NO3702 : Letham Glen, Leven by Bill Kasman
From the path which comes from Cock-ma-Lane NO3702 : Cock-ma-Lane, Leven this path leads into Letham Glen. There is a pedestrian access gate to the left of the image which leads into Glenview Caravan Park.
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NO3702 : Letham Glen, Leven by Bill Kasman
This path leads into/out of the Glen from a point near Glenview Caravan Park NO3702 : Letham Glen, Leven
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NO3702 : Path to Letham Glen, Leven by Bill Kasman
This pedestrian path to the Glen is quite hard to find. Here it crosses the cul-de-sac of Forest Path and heads towards Glenview Caravan Park.
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NO3702 : Path to Letham Glen, Leven by Bill Kasman
About 100m along the path from this point NO3702 : Path to Letham Glen, Leven this path joins from a large grassy area adjacent to Cypress Lane.
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NO3702 : Path from Cypress Lane by Bill Kasman
This path joins the path to Glenview Caravan Park and is one of the access pathways leading to Letham Glen.
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NO3802 : Letham Glen, Leven by Bill Kasman
This rough path leaves the main path near the head of the Glen NO3802 : Letham Glen, Leven and closely follows the Scoonie Burn for about 300m before rejoining the main path NO3702 : Letham Glen, Leven
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NO3702 : Letham Glen, Leven by Bill Kasman
This is the other end of the rough path which starts near the head of the Glen NO3802 : Letham Glen, Leven
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NO3702 : Letham Glen, Leven by Bill Kasman
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NO3702 : Letham Glen, Leven by Bill Kasman
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NO3802 : Letham Glen, Leven by Bill Kasman
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NO3802 : Open-air stage, Letham Glen by Bill Kasman
This concrete base was the site of an open-air stage used by various local bands, etc. The most famous performer to appear here was Hercules The Bear LinkExternal link
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NO3802 : Open-air stage, Letham Glen by Bill Kasman
This concrete base was the site of an open-air stage used by various local bands, etc. The most famous performer to appear here was Hercules The Bear LinkExternal link
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NO3702 : Letham Glen, Leven by Bill Kasman
This gate is held closed by a rusty chain and padlock. It leads to the area of the pond but that part is so neglected and overgrown it would take a bulldozer to get through it!
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NO3801 : Old concrete base, Letham Glen, Leven by Bill Kasman
Uphill from the Craft Centre this concrete base may have been the site of one of the Glen's animal attractions.
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NO3801 : Letham Glen, Leven by Bill Kasman
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NO3801 : Path from car park, Letham Glen by Bill Kasman
This path leads to a bridge over the Scoonie Burn NO3801 : Scoonie Burn, Letham Glen
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NO3801 : Path to Letham Glen by Bill Kasman
From Sillerhole Road.
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