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St Serf's Church - in ruins
and the harbour at Dysart, Fife
This is the ruin of St Serf's Church or Tower a few yards from the harbour in Dysart in Fife just to the east of Kirkcaldy. Seemingly St Serf lived in a cave nearby which is now in the grounds of a Carmelite convent.
Dysart is also the birthplace of John McDouall Stuart who was the guy who walked - with others - across Australia from south to north and set out the route of a telegraph line and the highway from Adelaide to Alice Sprigs and on to Darwin.
It's now called The Stuart Highway in his honour.
There's a small museum dedicated to him in the village of Dysart.
The harbour, including some interesting artwork, taken looking west.
The inner harbour and the Harbourmaster's House which is now a gallery, gift and coffee shop.
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