Places near NT278914 Kirkcaldy

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icon icon  1. Abbotshall, 2. Abden Farm, 3. Annfield, 4. Auchterderran, 5. Auchtertool, 6. Auchtertool House, 7. Auchtertool Manse, 8. Balbeggie Cottage, 9. Balbeggie Cottages, 10. Balbie, 11. Balgonie, 12. Balmule, 13. Balmuto, 14. Balmuto Cottage, 15. Balreggie, 16. Balwearie, 17. Banchory Cottages, 18. Bankhead, 19. Bankhead of Piteadie, 20. Bankhead of Piteadie Farm Cottages, 21. Bankhead of Raith, 22. Begg, 23. Bendameer House, 24. Binnend, 25. Binnhead, 26. Blackstone, 27. Blair, 28. Bleach Works, 29. Blythes Tower, 30. Bogie House, 31. Bogleys, 32. Boglillie / Boglily, 33. Bogwells, 34. Boreland, 35. Boswell, 36. Bowhill, 37. Bowhouse, 38. Braehead, 39. Branxton, 40. Brigghills Farm, 41. Broadleys, 42. Buckhaven, 43. Burntisland, 44. Cameron, 45. Camilla, 46. Carberry, 47. Carden Barns, 48. Cardenbank, 49. Cardenden, 50. Carlinknowes, 51. Chapel, 52. Charleston, 53. Clentrie Farm, 54. Clunie / Cluny (1), 55. Clunie Colliery, 56. Clunie Mains, 57. Clunie Square, 58. Cluny (2), 59. Cluny Farm, 60. Coalden, 61. Coaltown of Wemyss, 62. Colinswell, 63. Collier Row, 64. Common, 65. Cowdenlaws, 66. Craigencat / Craigencalt, 67. Craigside, 68. Dalachy, 69. Dalachy Cottages, 70. Datie Mill, 71. Dodhead, 72. Dogtown / Dogton, 73. Dotham Toll, 74. Dothan, 75. Drinkbetween, 76. Druimmuilionn, 77. Dundonald, 78. Dunearn House, 79. Dunnikier, 80. Dunnikier House, 81. Dunnikier Muir, 82. Dysart, 83. Dysart Muir, 84. Earlseat Farm, 85. East Balbairdie, 86. East Balbarton, 87. East Finglassie, 88. East Newton, 89. Easter Balbeggie, 90. Easter Bowhill, 91. Easter Pitteuchar, 92. Easter Strathore, 93. Easter Tough, 94. Finmont, 95. Finmont Farm, 96. Fosterton, 97. Gallatown, 98. Glassliehead, 99. Glassmount, 100. Glenniston, 101. Glenniston Cottages, 102. Glenshee, 103. Grange, 104. Grange Cottages, 105. Grangemire, 106. Grantsmoor, 107. Greenend Farm, 108. Greenhead, 109. Greenkip, 110. Hallyards, 111. Harestanes, 112. Hatton, 113. Hayfield, 114. Heathery Wood, 115. Hyndloup, 116. Inchdairnie Home Farm, 117. Inchdairnie House, 118. Inglishall, 119. Inverore, 120. Invertiel, 121. Invertiel Farm, 122. Jamphlars, 123. Kilrie, 124. Kilrie Cottages, 125. Kilrie Farm, 126. Kilrie Gate, 127. Kinghorn, 128. Kinglassie, 129. Kinglassie House, 130. Kingswood Cottage, 131. Kinninmonth, 132. Kinninmonth Farm Cottages, 133. Kirkcaldy, 134. Kirkton, 135. Knockdavie Castle, 136. Knowehead, 137. Lamberts Mill, 138. Lambswell, 139. Linhead, 140. Linktown, 141. Little Balgonie, 142. Little Raith, 143. Lochend, 144. Lochhead, 145. Lochty Bleachfield, 146. Lochtybank Cottages, 147. Lochtyside, 148. Lochybennet, 149. Long Gates, 150. Longloch, 151. Lonsdale, 152. Mackies Mill, 153. Mains House, 154. Manorlees / Manorleys, 155. Meadowfield, 156. Mid Strathore, 157. Middle Balbeggie, 158. Montquey, 159. Mourn House, 160. Muiredge, 161. Muirhead, 162. Muirside, 163. Muirton, 164. Muriespot, 165. Murray Place, 166. Murrayknowe, 167. Mutton Hall, 168. Myregorney, 169. Nether Pitteadie, 170. New Carden, 171. New Cottoun, 172. New Houses, 173. Newbiggin, 174. Newbigging, 175. Newliston, 176. Newton, 177. Nine Lums, 178. North Dundonald Farm, 179. North Glassmount, 180. North Glassmount Cottages, 181. Old Skeddoway, 182. Ore Mills, 183. Orrock, 184. Over Stenton, 185. Overtown, 186. Panhall, 187. Parknook, 188. Parsons Mill, 189. Pathhead, 190. Percival, 191. Pettycur, 192. Phantassie, 193. Pitconmark, 194. Pitkinnie, 195. Pitkinnie Cottage, 196. Pitlochie, 197. Pitteuchar, 198. Poor House, 199. Port Brae, 200. Powguild, 201. Powguild Mill, 202. Raith House, 203. Redford, 204. Redhouse, 205. Redwalls, 206. Rodanbraes, 207. Rossend Castle, 208. Rossness, 209. Sandal Hall, 210. Sauchenbush, 211. Seafield, 212. Seafield Tower, 213. Shaws Mill, 214. Silverbarton, 215. Silverton, 216. Sinclairtown, 217. Skeddoway, 218. Skeddoway Lodge, 219. Slackacre, 220. Smeaton, 221. South Bogside, 222. South Dundonald, 223. South Glassmount, 224. South Piteadie, 225. Southerton, 226. Southfield, 227. Spittal, 228. Spittal Farm, 229. Starley Burn, 230. Stenhouse, 231. Stenton, 232. Strathore Cottage, 233. Strathruddie, 234. Templehall, 235. Templehall Cottages, 236. The Links, 237. Thornton (part), 238. Torbain Farm, 239. Tullybreck, 240. Tykesburn, 241. Tyrie, 242. Tyrie Farm Cottages, 243. Vicars Grange, 244. Walton, 245. Waulkmill, 246. Wellsgreen Farm, 247. Wemyss, 248. West Balbairdie, 249. West Balbarton, 250. West Coaltown, 251. West Finglassie, 252. West Wemyss, 253. Wester Balbeggie, 254. Wester Bogie, 255. Wester Pitteuchar, 256. Wester Strathore (1), 257. Wester Strathore (2), 258. Wester Tough, 259. Westfield, 260. Whinnyhall, 261. Whinnyhall Cottages, 262. Whitehall, 263. Woodbank, 264. Woodbank Cottages, 265. Woodend, 266. Woodside Cottages,

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