Bawbee Brig :: Shared Description

Until 1821, the only bridge across the River Leven in this vicinity was the Cameron Brig on the main Kirkcaldy-Cupar road. In that year a pedestrian suspension bridge was built at Leven, which was replaced by a three-arched stone bridge in 1840. The toll to cross this bridge was a Scottish halfpenny, or bawbee. Even though the stone bridge was replaced by a single-span bridge in 1957 and is toll-free it is still known as the 'Bawbee Brig' (from Wikipedia).
by Bill Kasman
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9 images use this description:

NO3700 : View down Wellesley Road, Methil by Bill Kasman
NO3700 : A955 in Leven by Bill Kasman
NO3700 : Wellesley Road, Methil by Bill Kasman
NO3700 : Roundabout at bottom of Wellesley Road, Methil by Bill Kasman
NO3700 : Roundabout at Bawbee Bridge by Bill Kasman
NO3700 : Shell petrol station by Bill Kasman
NO3700 : Methilhaven Road (A955) by Bill Kasman
NO3700 : South Street, Methil by Bill Kasman
NO3700 : Riverside Road, Leven by Bill Kasman


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Created: Tue, 26 May 2020, Updated: Thu, 28 May 2020

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