List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
EDINBURGH PERTH AND DUNDEE RAILWAY (Harbour Branch) Edinburgh Perth & Dundee Railway (Harbour Branch)
Edinburgh Perth & Dundee Railway (Harbour Branch)
Edinburgh Perth & Dundee Railway (Harbour Branch)
Mr.Napier (station master)
William Bean
Alexander Brodie
[situation] Passing East Bridge Mills.
A short branch of the Edinburgh Perth & Dundee Railway for the conveyance of goods between the main line & the Harbour. It is a steep incline up which the waggons are drawn by a stationary engine at the junction.
The Path
The Path
New Statl [Statistical] Account
Henry Beveridge Esqr.
Robert Hutchison ESqr.
[situation] Leading from the W. [West] end of Nether Street.
Statl. Acct. [Statistical Account] page 139. "a steep descent leading to Kirkcaldy called the Path" The name applies to the road from East Bridge to the Junction of Nether Street, & Planters Wynd at Pathhead.
Braehead House
Braehead House
Braehead House
Robert Hutchison Esr. (owner)
Mr. Thomson
Mr. James Bogie
Matthew Beveridge
[situation] Near the W. [West] end of Middle Street.
A recently erected comfortable family residence, standing on an eminence which commands an extensive prospect along the Frith of Forth. The ground on which the house stands belongs to a society called the "Prime Gilt Box society of Kirkcaldy" (Of which Mr. Matthew Beveridge is treasurer) established for the relief of distressed seamen, & seamens widows. Mr. R. Hutchison Esqr. the owner of the house pays a feu duty to the above named society.
Braehead Cottages
Braehead Cottages
Robert Hutchison Esqr.
Mr. Thomson
Mr. Ingram
[situation] At the W. [West] end of Middle Street.
A row of neat cottage houses on the South side of Middle Street at its western extremity.

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