Fife

Photographs of the Fife area

St Fillans Free Church, Newport-On-Tay

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St Fillans Free Church, Newport-On-Tay - Ref: WC3041

St Fillans Free Church, Newport-on-Tay. The view is from Hillside Place (close to its junction with Cupar Road); the church stood at the crossroads of Hillside Place, William Street, King Street and Gowrie Street. Victorian children in the picture dressed in their Sunday best. The church was built in 1843 and demolished in 1981.

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School, Newport-on-Tay

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School, Newport-on-Tay - Ref: WC3021

This spacious new school was opened in 1879 next to the Blyth Hall. This replaced the William Street School. Until 1949 this school provided a full education, covering all subjects until third year. After which pupils traveled to Dundee.

Newport-on-Tay School original building was extended in 1927 when the part of the building towards Scott St. was added.

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Newport-On-Tay

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Newport-on-Tay - Ref: WC3042

Newport-on-Tay, High Street, St.Mary's Episcopal Church. Designed in 1886-7 by T.M. Cappon.

Standing next to St.Mary's Church stands a Tudor-style grand house with the spire of the Congregational Church in the background.


Alexander Wilson who took this photograph, was a supervisor in a Dundee jute mill for over 20 years. He bequeathed much of his collection and £50, to cover the costs involved, to the Free Library Committee of Dundee in 1923.

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School, Newport-On-Tay

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School, Newport-on-Tay - Ref: WC3022

Newport-on-Tay school opened in 1879 next to the Blyth Hall. This building replaced the William Street School. The original building was extended in 1927 when the part of the building towards Scott St. was added.

Newport-on-Tay school covered all subjects until 3rd year in secondary beyond which stage pupils travelled to Dundee (Cupar and St. Andrews after 1933)

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Blyth Hall, Newport-On-Tay

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Blyth Hall, Newport-on-Tay - Ref: WC3043

Blyth Hall, Newport-on-Tay. One of the finest 19th Century buildings in Newport, used as a public meeting place. The hall was gifted to the people of Newport by Mrs. Blyth-Martin of East Newport in memory of her three brothers, Henry, Thomas and Charles Blyth.

The hall was opened in 1877. In 1890 an extension was added at the rear to include municipal offices. The supervision of the hall was taken over by the town council in 1914.

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School, Newport-On-Tay

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School, Newport-on-Tay - Ref: WC3023

Newport-on-Tay school opened in 1879 next to the Blyth Hall. This building replaced the William Street School. The original building was extended in 1927 when the part of the building towards Scott St. was added.

Newport-on-Tay school . The original building was extended in 1927 when the part of building towards Scott Street was added.

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North Street, St Andrews

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St Andrews - Ref: WC3084

St Andrews North Street. The old fishing quarter was at the east end where small traditional houses still exist.

This street with its cobbles and bare-footed children was obviously a poorer part of the town.


Alexander Wilson who took this photograph, was a supervisor in a Dundee jute mill for over 20 years. He bequeathed much of his collection and £50, to cover the costs involved, to the Free Library Committee of Dundee in 1923.

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High Street, Newport-On-Tay

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High Street, Newport-on-Tay - Ref: WC3024

Newport-on-Tay, High Street 1898. Looking along the High Street on either early-closing day or a Sunday. The shops are Kirk and Coutts, ironmongers, next door at number 12 is J.Learmouth and Son boot makers.

High St. Newport shows Mrs Ferguson's, greengrocer and poultry dealer at number 14. Thomas Rogers tea warehouse is also visible.

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Kinbrae House, Newport-On-Tay

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Kinbrae House, Newport-on-Tay - Ref: WC3025

Kinbrae House, Newport-on-Tay. In 1870 many large villas were erected on the hill overlooking the Tay. One of the most notable of these is Kinbrae, a Scottish baronial mansion completed in 1872.

Kinbrae House, Newport-on-Tay completed in 1872 from designs by the late Mr. Heaton of Perth for Sir John Leng of the Dundee Advertiser and also founder of the Evening Telegraph.

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Kinbrae House, Newport-On-Tay

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Kinbrae House, Newport-on-Tay - Ref: WC3026

Kinbrae House, Newport-on-Tay. In 1870 many large villas were erected on the hill overlooking the Tay. One of the most notable of these is Kinbrae, a Scottish baronial mansion completed in 1872.

Kinbrae House, Newport-on-Tay was one of many large villas built in 1870 on the hill overlooking the Tay built from designs from Mr. Heiton of Perth

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