The Harbour Bridge

The earliest references to the harbour at St Andrews date to the 14th century, but the estuary of the Kinness Burn was undoubtedly used before that as a natural harbour in a rather treacherous bay. Today the harbour is home to a few fishing, research and pleasure craft and has regained some of it’s picturesque nature.

This is a shot of the bridge that crosses the harbour at the lock gates between the inner and outer harbours.

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