Upper Largo and Largo House

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NO4203 : Dumbarnie Place, Upper Largo by Bill Kasman
Dumbarnie Place is a cul-de-sac off Aithernie Drive.
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NO4203 : Aithernie Drive, Upper Largo by Bill Kasman
Looking towards the A915 road to St Andrews. Dumbarnie Place is on the left.
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NO4203 : Aithernie Drive, Upper Largo by Bill Kasman
Looking towards its junction with the A917 Main Street just as it leaves the village.
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NO4203 : The Stables, Upper Largo by Bill Kasman
This building was previously the stables and tack room for the minister of the nearby Largo and Newburn Parish Church. It now serves as the church hall.
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NO4203 : The Stables, Upper Largo by Bill Kasman
This is the rear of the building NO4203 : The Stables, Upper Largo
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NO4203 : The Stables, Upper Largo by Bill Kasman
Next to this building there is quite a large car park for the use of church-goers (and wandering Geo-graphers!) NO4203 : The Stables, Upper Largo The white building was previously the church manse.
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NO4203 : Commemorative Bench by Bill Kasman
In the churchyard of Largo and Newburn Parish Church is this bench seat which commemorates the reign of His Majesty King George V who is grandfather to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
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NO4203 : Pictish Stone, Upper Largo by Bill Kasman
In the churchyard of Largo and Newburn Parish Church is this Pictish Stone. It was found in two halfs and the white band is a crude attempt at a repair LinkExternal link
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NO4203 : Upper Largo Cricket Club by Bill Kasman
Seen from Main Street (A915) as it enters the village.
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NO4203 : Upper Largo Hotel by Bill Kasman
The hotel or inn in Upper Largo has a long history and has been known by various names - 'Lee's Inn', 'Duff's Inn' (after former innkeepers) and The Commercial Hotel.
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NO4203 : North Feus, Upper Largo by Bill Kasman
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NO4203 : Church Place, Upper Largo by Bill Kasman
Church Place from North Feus. Largo Parish Church can be seen.
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NO4203 : Kirkton of Largo Primary School by Bill Kasman
In North Feus next to the cemetery.
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NO4203 : Largo and Newburn Parish Church cemetery by Bill Kasman
As North Feus leaves the village this is one of two entrances to the cemetery. This entrance has a small car park adjacent to it used by those attending the cemetery and those who intend to climb Largo Law via the path which leaves the car park.
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NO4203 : Path to Largo Law by Bill Kasman
This path leaves the cemetery car park and climbs Largo Law via Chesterstone Farm.
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NO4204 : Largo Law by Bill Kasman
Seen from North Feus near Largo and Newburn Parish Church Cemetery. The buildings are those of Hillhouse Farm.
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NO4203 : Largo and Newburn Parish Church cemetery by Bill Kasman
This building is used by the local authority as an equipment store.
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NO4203 : North Feus, Upper Largo by Bill Kasman
North Feus enters the village. The building in centre frame is Kirkton of Largo Primary School and Largo and Newburn Parish Church cemetery wall is on the left. There is a small car park between the two from which a path leaves to climb Largo Law NO4203 : Path to Largo Law
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NO4203 : Notice Board, Upper Largo by Bill Kasman
This notice board gives some details of village life. It is situated in the heart of the village.
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NO4203 : Aithernie Drive, Upper Largo by Bill Kasman
The rear of houses in Aithernie Drive.
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NO4203 : Main Street, Upper Largo by Bill Kasman
The A917 leaves the village heading for the East Neuk.
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NO4203 : Fife Core Path, Upper Largo by Bill Kasman
Just as the A917 leaves the village this farm road (on the left with gate) leads to the buildings at Buckthorn. The path to the right of the gate is Fife Core Path 266 LinkExternal link which skirts Buckthorns and goes all the way to the ruined cottage of Viewforth on the Fife Coastal Path NO4302 : Path to Upper Largo
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