Aberdour (Dunfermline), Fife

  • Aberdour Former Parish Church

    This rectangular church was built in 1790 to replace the parish church of St. Fillan's (site number: 2142), as the Countess of Morton did not like the populace of Aberdour gathering on a regular basis so close to the castle.  &...


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  • Aberdour Free Church

     

    The Free Church in Aberdour was constructed in the mid nineteenth century probably in the mid-late 1840s, on the same road as the Parish Church at the time (now church hall, site number: 7758). It later ...

  • Inchcolm Abbey

    Inchcolm Abbey is on the island of Inchcolm in the Firth of Forth. It was founded as a priory in 1123 by David I and, according to legend, the foundation occurred after his predecessor - Alexander I - was sheltered by a hermit on the isl...


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  • St. Columba's Episcopal Church

    This cruciform plan church is situated directly beside the main road from Aberdour to Inverkeithing (A921),  in a grassy precinct with a small car park at the western end.      It was built in the first half...


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  • St. Fillan's Parish Church

    This church is situated in a graveyard at the end of a narrow path just outside the walled gardens of Aberdour Castle. Dating back to the early twelfth century, the church was granted to Inchcolm Abbey at its foundation in 1123. Original...


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