I remember once after being warned by Mum & Dad not to climb up the rocks the the castle, but my mates talked me into it. Just got up near the top when there was a shout and a couple of Bobbies headed towards us. Off we went down ...Read full memory
I often remember walking past here on the way to visit my Auntie & Uncle Liz & Wull Marshall, they were actually my Dad's Uncle & Auntie. We lived up at the Hallows in Gallatown. I was born in 1947 and we moved to Australia in ...Read full memory
I remember with great memories playing in the panny den, lived next to it in Wright Place. Also attended Pathhead school. Left for America in 1954.
Though I have no personal memories of the Victoria Works I would be interested to hear of any recollections of the ROC based there. The Observation Post can still be seen abve the roof and its survival is probably unique in Fife. Steve, firstname.lastname@example.org
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