Elie and Earlsferry

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NT4999 : The Toft, Elie by Bill Kasman
This road leads to the harbour. Somewhere in this area was Elie Shipyard although its precise location is uncertain LinkExternal link
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NT4999 : The Terrace, Elie by Bill Kasman
Seen from The Toft across part of Elie Harbour these houses are in The Terrace.
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NT4899 : Elie and Earlsferry by Bill Kasman
Looking across Elie Harbour and Elie Bay towards Earlsferry.
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NO4900 : North Street, Elie by Bill Kasman
Looking towards its junction with the A917 High Street.
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NO4900 : North Street, Elie by Bill Kasman
North Street is the turning to the left. Woodside Road is ahead
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NO4900 : Woodside Road, Elie by Bill Kasman
The turning to the right is Woodside Crescent which rejoins Woodside Road about 200m further down.
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NO4900 : Woodside Crescent, Elie by Bill Kasman
Woodside Crescent leaves Woodside Road and curves round to rejoin Woodside Road about 200m to the left of this location.
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NO4800 : Memorial plaque, Elie by Bill Kasman
This plaque is affixed to the seaward side of a house at the bottom of Fountain Road, Elie. It is only readable from the beach NT4899 : Ponies on the beach
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NO4800 : Windblown sand, Fountain Road, Elie by Bill Kasman
A surprising amount of windblown sand accumulates in this area.
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NT4999 : The Toft, Elie by Bill Kasman
Elie Shipyard was somewhere in this area but its precise location is uncertain LinkExternal link
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NT4999 : The Toft, Elie by Bill Kasman
Elie Shipyard was somewhere in this area but its precise location is uncertain LinkExternal link
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NT4999 : Admiralty Lane, Elie by Bill Kasman
Elie Shipyard was somewhere in this area but its precise location is uncertain LinkExternal link
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NT4999 : Notice Board, The Toft, Elie by Bill Kasman
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NT4999 : The Toft, Elie by Bill Kasman
The white building on the right of the image is The Ship Inn. The white building on the left is the Beachfront Bar and an open-air seating area which belongs to The Ship Inn.
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NT4999 : Beachfront Bar, The Toft, Elie by Bill Kasman
With its open-air seating area this bar belongs to The Ship Inn.
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NT4999 : Location of The Ship Inn, Elie by Bill Kasman
Just in case customers forget where it is The Ship Inn displays its latitude and longitude above the door!
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NT4999 : The Toft, Elie by Bill Kasman
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NT4999 : The Toft, Elie by Bill Kasman
Significant amounts of windblow sand can accumulate here. So much so that the local authority regularly use a mini-digger to clear it away!
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NT4999 : Private area near beach, Elie by Bill Kasman
Protected by a wooden fence this private 'esplanade' has a good view over Woodhaven Bay. The beach is, of course, a public area.
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NT4999 : Elie Harbour by Bill Kasman
The Granary (now private flats) and the harbour breakwater seen from the dunes adjacent to The Toft.
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NT4999 : Elie Harbour by Bill Kasman
Notice at harbour entrance.
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NT4999 : Notice Board at Elie Harbour by Bill Kasman
Found on the wall of the public toilets.
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NT4999 : Notice at Elie Harbour by Bill Kasman
The dog control notice could do with being renewed!
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NT4999 : Notice at Elie Harbour by Bill Kasman
Found attached to a lamp-post.
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NT4999 : Information Board at Elie Harbour by Bill Kasman
Information on the Mars Training Ship LinkExternal link
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NT4999 : Indicator at Viewpoint, Elie Harbour by Bill Kasman
On top of a plinth at the viewpoint at the harbour.
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NT4999 : Plate asking for donations, Elie Harbour viewpoint by Bill Kasman
I was willing to donate a couple of quid but couldn't see where to deposit a donation!
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NT4999 : What's this? by Bill Kasman
I spotted this curious object hanging from a post at Elie Harbour. It's about a foot in diameter and appears to be made from driftwood but I have no idea what it's for!
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NT4999 : Cycle Way route indicator, Elie Harbour by Bill Kasman
Kingdom of Fife Millennium Cycle Way markers can be found throughout Fife. For a closer look at the plate NT4999 : Cycle Way route indicator, Elie Harbour
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NT4999 : Cycle Way route indicator, Elie Harbour by Bill Kasman
Kingdom of Fife Millennium Cycle Way markers can be found throughout Fife. This plate is attached to the plinth in this image NT4999 : Cycle Way route indicator, Elie Harbour
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NT4999 : Elie and Earlsferry by Bill Kasman
Seen across Elie Bay.
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NT4999 : Ruby Bay parking area by Bill Kasman
Seen from The Toft over Woodhaven Bay.
Note: 'Ruby Bay' is the common name for Woodhaven Bay. It got that name from the garnets (known as Elie Rubies) which can occasionally be found on the beach here.
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NT4999 : Elie Harbour by Bill Kasman
The Toft is the name of the road which leads from Stenton Row to Elie Harbour, completes a circle around The Granary and rejoins itself to provide both the entrance and the exit to the harbour facilities. These gates mark the harbour's vehicular entrance.
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NT4999 : Elie Harbour by Bill Kasman
The Toft proceeds into the harbour area.
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NT4999 : Elie Harbour by Bill Kasman
Boats drawn up for the winter.
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NT4999 : Elie Harbour by Bill Kasman
Boats drawn up for the winter.
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NT4999 : Elie Harbour by Bill Kasman
Boats drawn up for the winter.
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NT4999 : Elie Harbour by Bill Kasman
Boats drawn up for the winter.
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NT4999 : Elie Harbour by Bill Kasman
Boats drawn up for the winter near The Granary.
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NT4999 : Elie Harbour by Bill Kasman
The breakwater, The Granary and the harbour master's office.
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NT4999 : Elie Harbour by Bill Kasman
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NT4999 : Elie Harbour by Bill Kasman
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NT4999 : Elie Harbour by Bill Kasman
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NT4999 : Elie and Earlsferry by Bill Kasman
Seen across Elie Harbour and Bay.
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NT4999 : Elie Harbour by Bill Kasman
From behind The Granary looking along the breakwater with the village in the background.
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NT4999 : Waste water treatment facility at Elie Harbour by Bill Kasman
This area contains underground pumping equipment for the disposal of waste water.
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NT4999 : Waste water treatment facility at Elie Harbour by Bill Kasman
This area contains underground pumping equipment for the disposal of waste water.
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NT4999 : Waste water treatment facility at Elie Harbour by Bill Kasman
This sample point is associated with the monitoring of the cleanliness of waste water.
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NT4999 : Slipway at Elie Harbour by Bill Kasman
This slipway leads to a narrow channel through the rocks - care is needed when launching or recovering boats.
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NT4999 : Remains of Apple Rock Pier, Elie by Bill Kasman
In the centre of this image can be seen the remains of a concrete causeway which was part of the Apple Rock Pier. Apple Rock Pier was used by excursion steamers and regular ferries from the 1890s to the 1920s to and from various ports in the Firth of Forth. Nothing remains of the wooden parts of the pier which extended out into the water.
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