Penguin, 1988 - 468 pages
This illustrated guidebook to Fife features all of the noteworthy buildings and places, famous or unknown, from pre-history to present day. It is intended for visitors, specialists who wish to see buidings not usually accessible and for residents with an interest in their region.
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ACCESS TO BUILDINGS
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS FOR THE PLATES
MEDIEVAL CHURCHES MONASTERIES AND COLLEGES
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Abbey added addition aisle altered angle arch arms ashlar base block building built burgh buttresses carved Castle ceiling central centre chancel chapel classical columns containing contemporary corbelled corner cornice cottages Council crowstepped dated David decorated detail door doorpiece Doric Dunfermline early C19 entrance extension face Fife first-floor floor former frame Free front gable gallery garden George GLASS Gothic ground floor hall harled head Inside interior jamb James John late late c18 later LODGE looks lower medieval monument moulded nave original painted panel pantiled parapet Parish Church pedimented perhaps pilasters placed plain pointed PRIMARY SCHOOL probably projecting Public range remains Road Robert roof round royal rubble Scotland Scots side square St Andrews stair stone storeys Street tall tower town transept turret upper vaulted Victorian village wall wing