Thursday, October 28, 2010

North Fife Railway

A wander out today to enjoy the autumnal colours and exercise my new knee.

North Fife Rail Bridge at Stirton just west of Kilmany. In remarkably good condition with skill-fully crafted brick and stone work.

Stirton Rail Bridge, one of the few remaining structures of the long disused north fife railway.

The railway follows Motray Water which eventually runs into the River Eden.

Still with leaves, a bright yellow before they turn the rich brown associated with Beech.

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