Auld Buckhyne :: Shared Description

The Fife coastal former fishing village of Buckhaven (haven or hyne meaning 'harbour') once had the second-largest fishing fleet in Scotland with a total of 198 boats. After about 1860, when the fishing began to decline, it became one of Fife's many mining towns. Waste from coal mining eventually silted-up the harbour leading to the demise of the remaining fishing industry. Buckhaven has a small museum with an interesting display on Buckhyne's fishing heritage.
by Bill Kasman

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NT3597 : Information board, Buckhaven by Bill Kasman
NT3597 : Information board, Buckhaven by Bill Kasman
NT3597 : Oil rigs off Buckhaven by Bill Kasman
NT3597 : Information board, Buckhaven by Bill Kasman
NT3597 : Information board, Buckhaven by Bill Kasman
NT3597 : Information board, Buckhaven by Bill Kasman
NT3597 : Fishermen's huts in Buckhaven by Bill Kasman


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Created: Wed, 6 May 2020, Updated: Wed, 6 May 2020

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