Places near NT229986 Kinglassie

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Fife

icon icon  1. Abbotshall, 2. Annfield, 3. Arnot Mill, 4. Auchmuty, 5. Auchterderran, 6. Auchtertool, 7. Auchtertool House, 8. Balbedie, 9. Balbeggie Cottage, 10. Balbeggie Cottages, 11. Balbirnie Burns, 12. Balbirnie House, 13. Balbirnie Mains, 14. Balbirnie Mill, 15. Balfarg, 16. Balgeddie, 17. Balgonie, 18. Balgonie Cottage, 19. Balingall Mill, 20. Ballingall, 21. Ballingry, 22. Ballingry Farm, 23. Balreavie, 24. Balreggie, 25. Balsillie, 26. Bandon, 27. Bank Place, 28. Bankhead, 29. Bankhead of Raith, 30. Barnslee, 31. Beath, 32. Beath Church, 33. Begg, 34. Bellcraigs, 35. Benarty House, 36. Bighty, 37. Blackstone, 38. Blair Mill, 39. Bleachfield, 40. Blythes Tower, 41. Boghall, 42. Bogie House, 43. Bogleys, 44. Boglillie / Boglily, 45. Bogwells, 46. Boreland, 47. Bowhill, 48. Bowhouse, 49. Braehead, 50. Branxton, 51. Brigghills Farm, 52. Broomfield, 53. Brunton Barns, 54. Brunton House, 55. Cadham, 56. Cadham (historic), 57. Camilla, 58. Capeldrae, 59. Carberry, 60. Carden Barns, 61. Cardenbank, 62. Cardenden, 63. Cardsknolls, 64. Carleton, 65. Caskieberran, 66. Channelhall Mill, 67. Chapel, 68. Charleston, 69. Cleikimin, 70. Clentrie Farm, 71. Clune, 72. Clunie / Cluny (1), 73. Clunie Colliery, 74. Clunie Mains, 75. Clunie Square, 76. Cluny (2), 77. Cluny Farm, 78. Coalden, 79. Coaltown of Balgonie, 80. Collier Row, 81. Collydean, 82. Coul, 83. Coul Mains, 84. Cowdenlaws, 85. Craigend, 86. Craigside, 87. Croft Outerly, 88. Crosshill, 89. Dalbeath, 90. Datie Mill, 91. Dogtown / Dogton, 92. Donalds Was, 93. Dotham Toll, 94. Dothan, 95. Drakelands, 96. Drumain, 97. Drums, 98. Dundonald, 99. Dunnikier, 100. Dunnikier House, 101. Dunnikier Muir, 102. Dysart, 103. Dysart Muir, 104. East Auchmoor, 105. East Balbarton, 106. East Conland, 107. East Finglassie, 108. East Forthar, 109. East Goatmilk, 110. East Prinlaws, 111. Easter Balbeggie, 112. Easter Ballo, 113. Easter Bowhill, 114. Easter Cartmore, 115. Easter Colquhally, 116. Easter Glasslie, 117. Easter Lochhead, 118. Easter Pitteuchar, 119. Easter Strathore, 120. Easter Tough, 121. Easterton, 122. Eastfield, 123. Eglantine Square, 124. Falkland Hill Cottage, 125. Finmont, 126. Finmont Farm, 127. Flockhouse, 128. Formonthills, 129. Fosterton, 130. Freuchie Feus, 131. Gallatown, 132. Gateside, 133. Glencraig (1), 134. Glencraig (2), 135. Glenniston, 136. Glenniston Cottages, 137. Glenrothes, 138. Glenrothes (part), 139. Graingers Square, 140. Grantsmoor, 141. Greenend Farm, 142. Greenhead, 143. Greenwells, 144. Hallyards, 145. Harestanes, 146. Hayfield, 147. Hazeldene, 148. Heathery Wood, 149. Hilton, 150. Hilton of Kirkforthar, 151. Holl, 152. Hyndloup, 153. Hynds, 154. Inchdairnie Home Farm, 155. Inchdairnie House, 156. Ingleside House, 157. Inglishall, 158. Ingrie, 159. Inverore, 160. Jamphlars, 161. Kelty Station, 162. Kinglassie, 163. Kinglassie House, 164. Kinninmonth, 165. Kinninmonth Farm Cottages, 166. Kirkcaldy, 167. Kirkford, 168. Kirkforthar, 169. Kirkforthar Feus, 170. Kirkforthar House, 171. Kirkland, 172. Kirktown / Kirkton, 173. Knockmore, 174. Knowehead, 175. Ladys Square, 176. Lambswell, 177. Launcherhead, 178. Lawfield, 179. Leslie, 180. Leslie House, 181. Leslie Mains, 182. Leuchatsbeath, 183. Linktown, 184. Little Balgonie, 185. Little Balgothrie, 186. Little Ballo, 187. Little Balquhomry, 188. Little Raith, 189. Lochcraig, 190. Lochend, 191. Lochgelly (part), 192. Lochgelly House, 193. Lochore, 194. Lochore Castle, 195. Lochore House, 196. Lochty Bleachfield, 197. Lochtybank Cottages, 198. Lochtyside, 199. Lumphinnans, 200. Macedonia, 201. Mackies Mill, 202. Markinch, 203. Meikle Balgothrie, 204. Meikle Balquhomry, 205. Mid Conland, 206. Mid Strathore, 207. Middle Balbeggie, 208. Milldeans, 209. Milltail, 210. Millwaters, 211. Milton, 212. Moss-side, 213. Muirhead, 214. Muirhead Holding, 215. Muirside, 216. Muirton, 217. Muriespot, 218. Murray Place, 219. Murrayknowe, 220. Mutton Hall, 221. Myregorney, 222. Navitie House, 223. Navity Farm, 224. Nebiggate, 225. Nether Drums, 226. Netherton, 227. New Carden, 228. New Cottoun, 229. New Houses, 230. New Inn, 231. Newbiggin, 232. Newcastle, 233. Newfarm, 234. Newliston, 235. Newton, 236. Newtown / Newton, 237. North Dundonald Farm, 238. North Finmont, 239. North Lodge, 240. North Lumphinnans, 241. North Pitkinny, 242. Northhall, 243. Nottingham, 244. Nottingham Cottage, 245. Old Skeddoway, 246. Ore Mills, 247. Over Stenton, 248. Overtown, 249. Panhall, 250. Parknook, 251. Parsons Mill, 252. Pathhead, 253. Phantassie, 254. Pitcairn, 255. Pitcairn (historic), 256. Pitcairn Backfield, 257. Pitconmark, 258. Pitcoudie, 259. Pitkevy, 260. Pitlochie, 261. Pitteuchar, 262. Pittillock, 263. Pittillock Farm Cottages, 264. Port Brae, 265. Powguild, 266. Powguild Mill, 267. Prinlaws, 268. Purin, 269. Queensway, 270. Raith House, 271. Rameldry Mill Bank, 272. Redford, 273. Redhouse, 274. Redwalls, 275. Rimbleton, 276. Rimbleton (present day), 277. Robs How, 278. Rosewells, 279. Rothes Mill, 280. Ryelaw, 281. Sandal Hall, 282. Sauchenbush, 283. Seefar, 284. Shaws Mill, 285. Silverton, 286. Sinclairtown, 287. Skeddoway, 288. Skeddoway Lodge, 289. Smeaton, 290. South Auchmoor, 291. South Bogside, 292. South Dundonald, 293. South Lodge, 294. South Lumphinnans, 295. South Parks, 296. South Parks (present day), 297. South Pitkinny, 298. Southerton, 299. Southfield, 300. Spittal, 301. Spittal Farm, 302. Stenton, 303. Stevensons Beath, 304. Strathendry, 305. Strathendry House, 306. Strathore Cottage, 307. Strathruddie, 308. Sweet Bank, 309. Sythrum, 310. Tanshall, 311. Templehall, 312. The Flowers of May, 313. The Links, 314. The Mains, 315. Thishalaw, 316. Thistleford, 317. Thornton (part), 318. Torbain Farm, 319. Tykesburn, 320. Viewfield, 321. Walkerton Bleachfield, 322. Warout (part), 323. Wauk Mill, 324. Waulkmill, 325. Welltree, 326. West Auchmuir, 327. West Balbarton, 328. West Balgothrie, 329. West Coaltown, 330. West Conland, 331. West Finglassie, 332. West Forthar, 333. West Goatmilk, 334. West Lochhead, 335. West Mill, 336. Wester Balbeggie, 337. Wester Ballo, 338. Wester Bogie, 339. Wester Cartmore, 340. Wester Colquhally, 341. Wester Glasslie, 342. Wester Gospetry, 343. Wester Pitteuchar, 344. Wester Strathore (1), 345. Wester Strathore (2), 346. Wester Tough, 347. Westerton, 348. Westertown, 349. Westfield, 350. Westfield Development Centre, 351. Westgate, 352. Whinnyhall, 353. Whinnyhall Cottages, 354. Whins, 355. Whitehall, 356. Whitehill, 357. Woodend, 358. Woodside, 359. Woodside Cottages,

Kinross-shire

icon icon  1. Balgedie, 2. Easter Balgedie, 3. Glenlomond, 4. Kinnesswood, 5. Portmoak, 6. Scotlandwell, 7. Wester Balgedie,

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