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Culross Abbey Church - gravestone

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Culross Abbey Church - gravestone

Caption - Culross Abbey Church - gravestone. Note the skull and crossbones and the emblem showing the trade of the deceased. The wide shovel indicated someone who worked in the salt industry.

Walk 1979 : Culross Heritage

Photographer : Lou Johnson

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The peninsula of Fife lies between the Firth of Tay and Firth of Forth. The east coast faces the North Sea. The best walking is along the coast and in the Lomond Hills. These hills are extinct volcanoes with West Lomond the highest summit (522 metres, 1,713 ft). The coast has several small harbours which can be linked by the coast path which include Anstruther, Pittenweem and the university town of St. Andrews.

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