Places near NT156835 Dalgety

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Fife

icon icon  1. Aberdour, 2. Annfield, 3. Annfield Cottage, 4. Annfield House, 5. Auchtertool, 6. Auchtertool House, 7. Auchtertool Manse, 8. Backmarch, 9. Balbie, 10. Balbougie, 11. Baldridge Farm, 12. Baldridge House, 13. Baldridgeburn, 14. Balmule, 15. Balmule Farm, 16. Balmuto, 17. Balmuto Cottage, 18. Balram, 19. Bankhead, 20. Beech Cottage, 21. Bells Knows, 22. Bellyeoman (formerly), 23. Bellyeoman (present day), 24. Bendameer House, 25. Bernards Smithy, 26. Beveridgewell, 27. Beverkae, 28. Beverkae House, 29. Binnhead, 30. Black Lodge, 31. Blackhall, 32. Blacklaw, 33. Bleachfield, 34. Boreland, 35. Boswell, 36. Bouprie Banks, 37. Bowershall, 38. Braefoot, 39. Braehead Cottages, 40. Broomhall House, 41. Broomieside, 42. Bruce Haven, 43. Brucefield, 44. Brucefield House, 45. Brucehaven Cottages, 46. Burntisland, 47. Cairncubie, 48. Calais, 49. Calaisburn Cottages, 50. Camilla, 51. Carlinknowes, 52. Castlandhill, 53. Castleblair Park, 54. Chamberfield, 55. Chapel, 56. Claysikes, 57. Clentrie Farm, 58. Clinkhill Bents, 59. Cockairnie, 60. Colinswell, 61. Colton House, 62. Colton Lodges, 63. Colton Mains, 64. Cowdenend, 65. Craigton, 66. Croftgary, 67. Croftgary Saw Mill, 68. Crooks, 69. Crossgates (part), 70. Cullaloe, 71. Cullaloe Cottages, 72. Cuttlehill, 73. Cuttlehill Colliery, 74. Dalachy, 75. Dalachy Cottages, 76. Dalbeath, 77. Dalgety, 78. Dalgety Manse, 79. Donibristle, 80. Douglas Bank Cemetery, 81. Drumcooper, 82. Drynaps, 83. Duloch, 84. Duloch Home Farm, 85. Dunduff, 86. Dunearn House, 87. Dunfermline, 88. Earls Row, 89. East Balbairdie, 90. Easter Aberdour, 91. Easter Bucklyvie, 92. Easter Colton, 93. Easter Craigduckie, 94. Easter Gellet, 95. Easter Lochhead, 96. Easter Pitcorthie, 97. Fire Clay Works, 98. Fod House, 99. Fordell, 100. Fordell Castle, 101. Fordell House, 102. Four Lums, 103. Gallowridge Hill, 104. Garvock Hill, 105. Gateside, 106. Gellet, 107. Gellet (present day), 108. Glassliehead, 109. Glenshee, 110. Grange, 111. Grange Mount, 112. Greenkip, 113. Guttergates, 114. Halbeath (present day), 115. Halbeath Colliery, 116. Halbeath Farm, 117. Hallhouse, 118. Hallyards, 119. Hatton, 120. Hawkiesfauld, 121. Headwell, 122. Heath Cottage, 123. Highholm, 124. Hill Cottages, 125. Hill House, 126. Hill of Beath, 127. Hillend, 128. Hillend (part), 129. Hillhead, 130. Hillock, 131. Hillside, 132. Hilton, 133. Humbie, 134. Inchcolm, 135. Inverkeithing, 136. Ivy Cottage, 137. Jamestown, 138. Keirsbeath, 139. Killiebone, 140. Kingseat (2), 141. Kingseathill, 142. Kirkton, 143. Knockdavie Castle, 144. Ladys Bridge, 145. Lamberts Mill, 146. Leckerstone, 147. Leckerstone Cottages, 148. Leckerstone Farm Cottage, 149. Letham, 150. Lilliehill, 151. Limekilns, 152. Linhead, 153. Little Couston, 154. Loch View, 155. Lochend, 156. Lochhead, 157. Lochybennet, 158. Logie House, 159. Long Gates, 160. Long Row, 161. Lonsdale, 162. Mains of Beath, 163. Marionville, 164. Mastertown, 165. Meadowend, 166. Meadowfield, 167. Meiklebeath, 168. Mid Duloch, 169. Middlebank, 170. Mill Farm, 171. Montquey, 172. Monziehall, 173. Morningside, 174. Moss Cottages, 175. Moss Morran, 176. Moss-side, 177. Mossbank, 178. Mossgreen, 179. Mourn House, 180. Muircockhall, 181. Muirend, 182. Muirhouses, 183. Muirside, 184. Murel, 185. Nether Bouprie, 186. New Cottoun, 187. Newbiggin, 188. Newbigging, 189. Newton, 190. Nine Lums, 191. North Duloch, 192. North Fod, 193. North Queensferry, 194. Northcliff, 195. Old Banks, 196. Old Town, 197. Old Whitehill, 198. Orchardhead, 199. Orrock, 200. Otterston, 201. Parkend, 202. Parkneuk, 203. Patricks Walls, 204. Pattiesmuir / Pettymuir, 205. Pilkhambrae, 206. Pitbauchlie, 207. Pitcorthie, 208. Pitkinnie, 209. Pitkinnie Cottage, 210. Pitreavie, 211. Pleasance, 212. Pleasants, 213. Poorhouse, 214. Port Laing, 215. Prathouse Cottage, 216. Primrose, 217. Red Row, 218. Rossend Castle, 219. Rosyth (present day), 220. Rosyth Castle, 221. Rosyth Church, 222. Rosyth Farm, 223. Rumblingwell, 224. Sandybank, 225. Scots Mill, 226. Scotts Walls, 227. Seafield House, 228. Sheephousewell, 229. Silverbarton, 230. South Fod, 231. South Highholm, 232. Spencerfield, 233. Springbank, 234. St Colme House, 235. St Davids, 236. St Margarets, 237. St Margarets Stone, 238. Starley Burn, 239. Stenhouse, 240. Stevensons Beath, 241. Templehall, 242. Templehall Cottages, 243. The Dales, 244. The Murrel, 245. Thistleford, 246. Touch, 247. Touch Bleachfield, 248. Touch Mains, 249. Townhill, 250. Townhill Colliery, 251. Townhill Junction, 252. Transy, 253. Urquhart, 254. Vantage, 255. Walton, 256. Wellwood, 257. Wellwood Colliery, 258. West Balbairdie, 259. West Balbarton, 260. West Baldridge, 261. West Lochhead, 262. Wester Aberdour, 263. Wester Bucklyvie, 264. Wester Craigduckie, 265. Wester Pitcorthie, 266. Wester Whitefield, 267. White Lodge, 268. Whitehill, 269. Whitelaw, 270. Woodlee Farm, 271. Woodmill Bleachfield,

Midlothian

icon icon  1. Cramond, 2. Granton, 3. Muirhouse, 4. Newbigging (Musselburgh), 5. Newton, 6. Pilton, 7. Silverknowes,

West_Lothian

icon icon  1. Abercorn, 2. Dalmeny, 3. Port Edgar, 4. Queensferry, 5. Woodend,

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