Monthly Archives: March 2009

St Andrews Castle, Fife, Scotland

So I was out and about in St Andrews the other day and boy was it cold and windy! So much for the spring sunshine. St Andrews Castle has stood the test of the north sea for going on 800 … Continue reading

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All Saints Church, St Andrews

All Saints Episcopal Church. Situated in the historic old town of St Andrews, close to the ruined cathedral and castle, All Saints was founded in 1903 as a mission to the fishing families who lived here above the harbour. An … Continue reading

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St Andrews Castle Gate

St Andrews Castle is a picturesque ruin located in the coastal Royal Burgh of St Andrews in Fife, Scotland. The castle sits on a rocky promontory overlooking a small beach called Castle Sands and the adjoining North Sea. There has … Continue reading

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The Swilcan Bridge and Royal and Ancient Clubhouse at St Andrews

Probably one of the most famous, (and most photographed) views in the golfing world. The Swilcan bridge on the 18th fairway of the old course in St Andrews. The Royal and Ancient Clubhouse stands proudly in the background over looking … Continue reading

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St Athernase Church, Leuchars

St Athernase Church, Leuchars, Fife, Scotland is one of the finest surviving examples of a Romanesque church in Scotland, with architectural detail as fine as that found in contemporary cathedrals or abbeys. It remains in use as a Church of … Continue reading

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Balmullo Farm

Balmullo farm is located on the east edge of the village of Balmullo. Over the years the village has crept up to it and now the last remaining buildings lie empty waiting to either be knocked down or converted in … Continue reading

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St Salvators Chapel

St Salvators Chapel is situated in the heart of medieval St Andrews. It is now part of St Andrews University, but still a “working” church. The Chapel is a rare and beautiful example of Late Gothic architecture. Founded in 1450 … Continue reading

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St Andrews Cathedral

The Cathedral of St Andrew in St Andrews, Fife, Scotland was the seat of the Bishops (later Archbishops) of St Andrews from its foundation in 1158 until it fell into disuse after the Reformation. It is currently a ruined monument … Continue reading

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The Old Course, St Andrews

St Andrews has become known as the “Home of Golf”, with golf having been played there for at least 400 years. I’m fortunate enough to have this hallowed turf on my doorstep so I thought I’d post some of my … Continue reading

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GuardBridge Paper Mill

I drive past here everyday to and from work and I’ve been meaning to stop and take a few shots for ages. That evening however the sun was just in the right place and I couldn’t resist it. Sadly the … Continue reading

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