Classification and Statistics

Settlement Type: city
Population (2011): 49706    
(2001): 39229
(1991): 55083
(1981): 52228
(Combined with Halbeath and Milesmark)
(1971): 49897
(1961): 47151
(1951): 44719
(1901): 21995
(Parliamentary Burgh)
(1881): 17085
(1871): 14958
(1861): 13504
(1841): 13323
(1821): 8041
(1801): 5484

Tourist Rating: Two Stars
Text of Entry Updated: 03-OCT-2022

Latitude: 56.0682°N Longitude: 3.4488°W
National Grid Reference: NT 099 871
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References and Further Reading
Gifford, John (1988) The Buildings of Scotland: Fife. Penguin, London
Macpherson, S.M. and R. Macpherson (1976) A Guide to Dunfermline Abbey. Dunfermline
McEwan, Bert (2009) Your Guide to Dunfermline. Dunfermline Heritage Community Projects, Dunfermline
Neale, Christopher (1985) Dunfermline Heritage. Carnegie Dunfermline Trust, Dunfermline
Pride, Glen L. (1999) The Kingdom of Fife: An Illustrated Architectural Guide. Second Edition, Royal Incorporation of Architects, Edinburgh
Robertson, W. (1979) Old Dunfermline.

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