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North Queensferry ...
situated between the mighty Forth Road and Rail bridges and a popular sailing centre.
one of Fife's oldest towns and with one of the longest names!
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his is the ancient "toun" of Dunfermline where the King sat
drinking the "blude red wine" before sending Sir Patrick
Spens on his tragic mission to Norway. Dunfermline has a regal connection
unrivalled in Scotland, through its magnificent royal Palace and 12th century
Abbey. It also has its own "Royal Mile" to rival that of Scotland's
Today Dunfermline is a thriving city and boasts an impressive selection of quality hotels, fine restaurants, excellent shops and superb leisure facilities.
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