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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
DUNFERMLINE DISTRICT TRUST (No 10) Dunfermline District Trust. No10 Act of Parliament
Mr. Tuckett Road Surveyor
039 From Inverkeithing by Aberdour to the confines of the Parish of Starleyburn, with branch from Aberdour Harbour to Whitehill Toll Bar
BRIDGE T.P. Inverkeithing Bridge Toll Bar Act of Parliament
Mr. Tuckett
Mr. Gillespie Collector
039 [situation] At the E. [East] side of Inverkeithing.
A small hut, on the E. [East side of the Town on the Dunfermline District Trust Road No.10. at the turn near to the Distillery. [Later Note in red] A Turnpike gate having a small house attached for the Keeper
GOWK HALL Gowk Hall
Gowk Hall
Gowk Hall
William Fraser esqr.
Parish Records
James Steel
039 [situation] In the East side of Inverkeithing.
A few houses on the E [East] side of the Mill Bridge on the Road to Aberdour
HALBEATH RAILWAY Halbeath Railway
Halbeath Railway
Halbeath Railway
William Fraser Esqr.
Mr. John Scott
Mr. William Miller
039 [situation] Leading from the South of Inverkeithing.
A line of Railway constructed abt. [about] 75 years ago to convey coals from Halbeath Colliery to Inverkeithing Harbour, there to be exported.

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[Note - Halbeath Railway] Questioned R.H. } Tram Road on [?]

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Halbeath Railway. The Note "Tram Road" is relevant. This was built and operated prior to the Steam era.

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