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Section 2 To Kingseat

Section 1: To North Queensferry

Section 2: To Kingseat

Section 3: To Scotlandwell

Section 4: To Falkland

Section 5: To Ceres

Section 6: To St Andrews
St Andrew's Way Route

A mile on the Fife Coastal Path takes us towards Inverkeithing. With a scrap yard on our right and a quarry on our left, there is something exciting about the scariest part of our pilgrimage. Inverkeithing's ancient Hospitium is now a senior citizens' day centre. Do visit the pretty Franciscan Friary / Palace Gardens.

From the suburbs of Rosyth we walk through Pattiesmuir village and the Bell Hills to enter old Dunfermline town by the banks of the Tower Burn in Pittencrief Park. Pilgrims visited Saint Margaret’s shrine at the abbey. We could spend a day in this town but we must head east along another old railway, then north over Kingseathill to Townhill and thence to Kingseat village where the Half Way House is recommended.
Dunfermline Abbey

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