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Aberdour has a very popular yearly festival, which runs from late July to early August and features musical events, shows, sporting events and children's events.
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Aberdour and has
Wester Aberdour has the more ' olde worlde ' feel of the two, with the narrower through road more closely hemmed in by shops and hotels.
Aberdour and popular
However, in the 1850s the traffic changed dramatically, and Aberdour Harbour became a popular destination for pleasure steamers from Leith.
Aberdour and festival
Acts that have performed at Aberdour festival have been Yard Of Ale, Percy & The Peanuts, Swings & Roundabouts, Capercaillie, Boys of the Lough, Eddi Reader and The Fence Collective's Three Craws
Aberdour and which
The royal burgh merged into Dunfermline District, which was one of three districts within the Fife region serving the town and West Fife from Kincardine to Aberdour.
By the 4th earl's will, on the death of Archibald Douglas, 8th Earl of Angus in 1588, William Douglas succeeded to the earldom of Morton, which brought him additional lands and houses including Dalkeith Palace, Aberdour Castle, Auchterhouse and Drochil Castle.
Aberdour and from
The railway came to Aberdour in 1890, with the building of the line east from the newly opened Forth Railway Bridge.
The main result was a growth in the building of large and attractive houses, especially down the hill from Wester Aberdour to the West Sands.
The Aberdour obelisk was built by Lord Morton on his departure from the village to relocate to a large home in Edinburgh, it was built so he could see his former hometown from his new house when he looked through binoculars-it stands in a cowfield between the castle and the beach.
The island of Inchcolm, or Island ( Gaelic innis ) of Columba, a quarter of a mile from the shore, forms part of the parish of Aberdour.
Brown suggests that the word means ‘ abode ’ or ‘ a settlement .’ In 1643, the Parish of Beath was separated from Dalgety Bay and Aberdour.
In January 1559 Arran was leading the war in Fife, writing reports to Ralph Sadler and Sir James Croft from Dysart, Wemyss, Cupar and Aberdour.
Aberdour and late
A fire in the late 17th century was followed by some repairs, but in 1725 the family purchased 17th century Aberdour House, on the west side of the burn and in Wester Aberdour, and the medieval Castle was allowed to fall into relative decay.
Morton reached Brechin, in Angus, where he signed a deed resigning his lands to his kinsman Robert Douglas of Lochleven, who was then compelled to resign the lands in turn to James V. After James V's death in late 1542, George Douglas of Pittendreich and the Earl of Arran assisted Morton in reclaiming his lands, including Aberdour.
Aberdour and early
Aberdour and August
degree in August 1590, he became schoolmaster of Aberdour in Fife ; he was towards the close of December 1592 ordained minister of Carnock, in the presbytery of Dunfermline.
Aberdour and .
For much of its history Aberdour was two villages, Wester Aberdour and Easter Aberdour, on either side of the Dour Burn.
Ticket inspectors on the train line through Aberdour were known for their sing song refrain: " Half an hour, Half an hour, Half an hour to Aberdour-tickets please.
Virtually between the two former settlements, though actually part of Easter Aberdour, lies Aberdour Castle.
The A921, the main road along the south coast of Fife, leads down the High Street of Wester Aberdour, before kinking sharply left to cross the railway line, then right again to progress through Easter Aberdour's Main Street.
One now leads to Aberdour railway station, a beautifully kept and cared for example of a traditional station, in keeping with its role of transporting at least a quarter of the village's working population to their work each day.
A second lane leads alongside the railway line to Aberdour Castle, while a third leads to the restored Aberdour House.
For many this area is the highlight of any visit to Aberdour ; parking at the foot of Shore Road is usually at a premium.
Hawkcraig Road leads past St Fillan's Church and through Silversand Park, home to Aberdour Shinty Club, en route to the much better parking area on Hawkcraig.
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