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Local area

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The line runs along the south of the Fife coastline. The line served a number of fishing villages.

Chronology

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The line merged with the Leven Railway to form the Leven and East of Fife Railway. The combined line was extended east from Kilconquhar to Anstruther.

Description of route

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From Leven to Kilconquhar.

Leven

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Here there was an end on junction with the Leven Railway. The station here had two platforms and the solum of the line is now a road and park.

Lundin Links

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This station was by the golf course. The embankment of the line remains here.

Largo

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This was a two platform station. The site of the station is now a small park. To the west of the station was the large Largo viaduct.

Kilconquhar

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This was the terminus of the line until the line was extended east by the Leven and East of Fife Railway. The station had a very long single platform and a level crossing to its west. The long platform remains today.


Page created on 19/01/1998
Page last edited on: 11/09/2011
Contact: Ewan Crawford Leven Railway Leven and East of Fife Railway