Elie and Earlsferry

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Creative Commons License Text by Bill Kasman, December 2019 ; This work is dedicated to the Public Domain.
Images are under a separate Creative Commons Licence.


Section Two: Member's contributions

NT4699 : Kincraig Hill Trig by Rude Health
Parked in Earlferry then bagged Chapel Ness and then used the Fife Coastal Trail to bag the trig and TuMP which is overgrown with weeds and remains of rubble from WW2 building.
Name: Kincraig Hill
Hill number: 13089
Height: 65m / 213ft
Parent (Ma/M): 1672 Largo Law
Area: 26A: Central Scotland from Dumbarton to Montrose
Class: 0
Grid ref: NT 46792 99943
Summit feature: raised ground surrounding ruined building near trig point
Drop: 49m
Col: 16m
by Rude Health


NO4900 : You've been nicked! by Bill Kasman
The Elie scarecrow festival had some unusual exhibits this year. This old car was made to look like a police car complete with a straw-stuffed constable! It was positioned just over the bridge from the 60-mph road into the village with its 30-mph speed limit and must have given a few drivers a fright.
by Bill Kasman


NT4999 : Elie harbour beacon at sunset by Graham Hogg
Looking over the Firth of Forth
by Graham Hogg


NT4899 : Ponies on the beach by James Allan
A popular holiday activity for small holidaymakers from the 1930s until around the 1970s. Children enjoyed riding and leading the ponies and donkeys (owned by the Haig Family) on the beach at Elie and Earlsferry. Mr Haig senior was known as the "Donkey Man" but as time wore on the donkeys were replaced with ponies. The saddles worn by most of the ponies were designed for ladies riding side-saddle
by James Allan


NT4899 : The Town Clock, High Street by kim traynor
The clock tower of the Town Hall in Earlsferry.
by kim traynor


NT4899 : Colourful huts by James Allan
Beach huts were popular items on Earlsferry and Elie beaches from the 1930s until the 1960s NT4899 : Ponies on the beach but they then seemed to lose their appeal to holidaymakers for several decades. They are, it seems, now beginning to make a reappearance.
by James Allan


NT4899 : The new sewerage pipe by Sandy Gemmill
The view of Earlsferry from the recently repaired sewerage pipe.
by Sandy Gemmill


NT4899 : Chapel Green Lane, Earlsferry by Jerzy Morkis
Chapel Green Lane, Earlsferry, by Elie, in the East Neuk of Fife.
by Jerzy Morkis


NT4899 : Earlsferry High Street - Allan Place by Sandy Gemmill
Allan Place flanked by the cottages named Craigallan (left) and St Leonard's (centre). The pink coloured cottage (right) is named Stair House. The cottages are also seen from the north east NT4899 : Earlsferry High Street.

Allan Place is restricted only to pedestrians. Apparently cars were able at one point to go up and down to the houses on Allan Place.
by Sandy Gemmill


NT4899 : 'Orcadia', 86 High St, Earlsferry by Richard Law
A late 18th century cottage, albeit much altered and restored over the years, which was Category B listed LinkExternal link in 1972.
by Richard Law
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NT4899 : Bottle nose dolphins in Elie Bay by Bill Blacklaws
Note (by Bill Kasman): No further description given.



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