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Boarhills


Fife

18th c. dovecote, Boarhills
©2017 Gazetteer for Scotland

18th c. dovecote, Boarhills

A village in E Fife, Boarhills lies on the Kenly Water 3 miles (5 km) southeast of St Andrews. Interesting buildings include the Parish School (1815), Boarhills Church (1867), Kenly Bridge (1793), 17th-century Kenly Dovecote, 16th-century Peekie Bridge and Kenly Green House which was built to an Adam design in 1791. Boarhills once had a railway station, which opened on the Fife Coastal Railway in 1883, but this entire line closed in 1965.


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