Newport on Tay. This used to be the ferry slipway for the ferry to Dundee, until the Tay Road Bridge was built.
The Tay Bridge and the stumps of the Old Tay Bridge that fell down on 28 December 1879. About 75 people were killed. The disaster was commemorated in a poem written by William Topaz McGonagall - who put the death toll at 90.
The Tay Bridge - a closer view
Ballinbreich Castle - this was built in the 1200s by the Clan Leslie.
Newburgh (Fife - not Aberdeenshire) and the Firth of Tay at low tide.
Newburgh again - looking very muddy.
Wider angle shot of the River Tay at Newburgh.
An old boarded up window in Newburgh.
More boats on the Tay.
An old RAF building at a WW2 Air Field about 6 miles from St Andrews & 3 miles to Anstruther.
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