Places near NT024862 Torryburn

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Fife

icon icon  1. Ashes, 2. Backmuir of Pitfirrane, 3. Balclune, 4. Baldridge Farm, 5. Baldridge House, 6. Baldridgeburn, 7. Balgonar, 8. Balgonar Bridge, 9. Balgownie Mains, 10. Balmule, 11. Balmule Farm, 12. Bandrum, 13. Bankhead, 14. Bath, 15. Benthead, 16. Berrylaw, 17. Beveridgewell, 18. Bickram Village, 19. Bickramside, 20. Black House, 21. Blackhall, 22. Blair, 23. Blair Castle, 24. Blair House, 25. Blair Mains, 26. Blairburn, 27. Blairhall, 28. Blairhall Farm, 29. Blairhall Mains, 30. Blairsgreen, 31. Blinkbonnie, 32. Blinkeerie, 33. Bogside Farm, 34. Bonnyton, 35. Bordie, 36. Bowershall, 37. Bowleys, 38. Braeside, 39. Brankstone House, 40. Broomhall House, 41. Broomhill, 42. Bruce Haven, 43. Brucefield House, 44. Brucehaven Cottages, 45. Buchanans, 46. Bullions, 47. Burnside, 48. Burrowine, 49. Cadgerford, 50. Cairncubie, 51. Cairneyhill, 52. Carneil, 53. Carneil Cottage, 54. Carnock, 55. Castleblair Park, 56. Cattle Moss, 57. Caverns, 58. Chamberfield, 59. Charlestown, 60. Claysikes, 61. Colton House, 62. Colton Lodges, 63. Colton Mains, 64. Comrie, 65. Courthill, 66. Cowdens, 67. Cowstrandburn, 68. Craig House, 69. Craigluscar, 70. Craigs, 71. Crombie, 72. Crombie Farm, 73. Crombie Point, 74. Crossford, 75. Culross, 76. Deanhead, 77. Devilla, 78. Dolly, 79. Douglas Bank Cemetery, 80. Drumfin, 81. Duck Hill, 82. Dunduff, 83. Dunfermline, 84. Dunimarle Castle, 85. Dunnygask, 86. Dunnygask Lodge Farm, 87. East Bonhard, 88. East Camps, 89. East Grange, 90. East Lodge, 91. East Luscar, 92. Easter Clune, 93. Easter Colton, 94. Easter Gellet, 95. Elgin Colliery, 96. Fire Clay Works, 97. Gallowridge, 98. Gallowridge Hill, 99. Garvock Hill, 100. Gask, 101. Gateside, 102. Gellet, 103. Gellet (present day), 104. Glassiebarns, 105. Glendevon Farm, 106. Gowerfield, 107. Gowkhall, 108. Grange, 109. Grange Mount, 110. Green Nap, 111. Grey Craig (1), 112. Grey Craig (2), 113. Hawkiesfauld, 114. Headwell, 115. High Valleyfield, 116. Hill Cottages, 117. Hill House, 118. Hillhead, 119. Hillock, 120. Hilltop, 121. Hilton, 122. Hilton Cottage, 123. Inzievar, 124. Isle of Canty, 125. Keavil Farm, 126. Keepers Cottage, 127. Keir, 128. Killernie, 129. Killiebone, 130. Kinedder Mains, 131. Kingseathill, 132. Kinnedar Park, 133. Kirkton, 134. Kitchen Green, 135. Knockhouse, 136. Langfauld, 137. Langfaulds, 138. Langleas, 139. Lathalmond, 140. Lawtowin, 141. Leckerstone, 142. Leckerstone Cottages, 143. Leckerstone Farm Cottage, 144. Lilliehill, 145. Limekilns, 146. Linn / Lynn, 147. Loanhead, 148. Lochend, 149. Lochhead, 150. Logie Farm, 151. Logie House, 152. Longannet, 153. Longleas / Langleas, 154. Loups, 155. Low Valleyfield, 156. Lundin, 157. Lurg, 158. Luscar House, 159. Lynellen, 160. Mains of Comrie, 161. Meadowend, 162. Mid Mill, 163. Middle Grange, 164. Midfield, 165. Milesmark, 166. Milton, 167. Mire End, 168. Muirhead, 169. Muirmealing, 170. Muirside, 171. Muirside of Kinnedar, 172. Myrie Hall, 173. Nether Rosebank, 174. New Row, 175. Newbigging, 176. Newmills, 177. North Burnside, 178. North Kinedder, 179. North Steelend, 180. North Urquhart, 181. Oakley, 182. Old Craigluscar, 183. Old Inzievar House, 184. Over Inzievar, 185. Overton, 186. Park, 187. Parkneuk, 188. Patricks Walls, 189. Pattiesmuir / Pettymuir, 190. Piperpool, 191. Pitconnochie / Pitconochie, 192. Pitdinnie, 193. Pitfirrane, 194. Pitliver, 195. Pitliver West Lodge, 196. Pitsoulie, 197. Poorhouse, 198. Preston Island, 199. Preston Place, 200. Primrose, 201. Reacraig, 202. Remiltoun, 203. Rennies Walls, 204. Rhynd Farm, 205. Rhynds, 206. Righead, 207. Roscobie, 208. Rosebank Mains, 209. Rosyth Church, 210. Rumblingwell, 211. Saline, 212. Saline Croft, 213. Saline Shaw, 214. Saline Valley Collieries, 215. Sands Farm, 216. Sands House, 217. Sandydub, 218. Saw Mill, 219. Shepherdlands, 220. Shires Mill, 221. Shoreside, 222. South Lethans, 223. Springbank, 224. Stand Alane, 225. Steelend, 226. Steelend Farm, 227. Sunnyside, 228. Swallowdrum, 229. Tapitlaw, 230. The Bents, 231. The Dean, 232. The Knock, 233. Thornyhaw, 234. Thornyhill Farm, 235. Threepsikes, 236. Torry, 237. Torry House, 238. Torryburn, 239. Townhead, 240. Townhill Colliery, 241. Transy, 242. Upper Kinedder, 243. Urquhart, 244. Valley of Balmule, 245. Watties Ford Cottage, 246. Waukmill Cottages, 247. Waulkmill, 248. Wellwood, 249. Wellwood Colliery, 250. West Baldridge, 251. West Balgonar, 252. West Bonhard, 253. West Camps, 254. West Grange, 255. West Saline Farm, 256. West Saline Steading, 257. West Sunnybraes, 258. Wester Craigduckie, 259. Westfield House, 260. Whinnyhill, 261. Whitehill Farm, 262. Woodhead,

Lanarkshire

icon icon  1. Forest Mill,

Clackmannanshire

icon icon  1. Forest Mill,

Perthshire

icon icon  1. Blairburn, 2. Culross,

West_Lothian

icon icon  1. Abercorn, 2. Blackness, 3. Boness, 4. Borrowstoun Mains, 5. Carriden, 6. Cauldcoats Holdings, 7. Kinneil, 8. Maidenpark, 9. Mannerston, 10. Newtown,

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