Torryburn, Fife

  • Crombie Parish Church

    This church is on the southern edge of a small coastal settlement with a modern housing estate to the north and west and Ministry of Defence land to the south.     The church is in a small grassy precinct surrounded b...


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  • Drumfin Farm

    In the early 1700s there was a strong dissenting element in certain parishes and those from the parishes of Torryburn, Culross, Carnock and Dunfermline joined together to form a praying society. This group held services in a barn on Drum...


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  • Inzievar House Chapel

    The original owner of Inzievar House was Archibald Smith-Sligo, a wealthy landed gentleman who owned coal mines and the Forth Ironworks at Oakley.   The family were ardent Roman Catholics and were generous benefactors of the ch...


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  • Old Crombie Parish Church

    The ruins of this sandstone church are on the Craigflower estate, a short distance south of the A985, the main road from Rosyth to Kincardine.   The rectangular plan is still evident although sections of the east gable have cle...


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  • Torryburn Free Church

    The village of Newmills is to the west of the village of Torryburn, which is where the Parish Church of Scotland is (site no. 2612). This Free Church was on the main road in the village.     It was built in 1843 follo...


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  • Torryburn Parish Church

    Prior to the construction of the first church in Torryburn in 1616 the inhabitants worshipped in Crombie Old Parish Church (site no. 2611),  outside Torryburn to the southeast. After the construction of the first church the populati...


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