Burntisland Games Day: Exiles Parade and Binn Race Road Closures

Also, related –

Temporary Waiting Restrictions

A921 Kinghorn Rd (both sides from no. 113 to no. 130); A921 Cromwell Rd (west side from Thistle St to Manse Rd and both sides from James Park Lane to Aberdour Rd); B923 Kirkcaldy Rd (both sides from A921 Cromwell Rd to no 40); A921 Aberdour Rd (both sides from A909 Cowdenbeath Rd to no 45A); Kirkton Rd (both sides); and Haugh Rd (both sides).

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Passing Burntisland: August is Steam Train Month

Once again the four Sundays in August will see train excursions, organised by SRPS Railtours, pass between the Beach and Links.

Steam-hauled over the Forth Bridge and round the Fife Circle, then through Edinburgh and along the new Borders Railway to Galashiels and Tweedbank.

In addition, this year will see two visits by the UK’s newest mainline steam loco Tornado on three days in August plus one in September.

Thursday 1st and 8th, Saturday 31st and Saturday 7th September “The Aberdonian’ – Edinburgh to Aberdeen and return


At North Queensferry in 2015

Burntisland Shows: Big Wheel Here for Two Weeks (or Maybe Three)

John Thomson of Thomson’s Event Group said “the wheel is scheduled to be in Burntisland for two weeks potentially three depending on how popular it is.”

Should be busy on Games Day – “The 367th Burntisland Highland Games will take place on Monday 15th July 2019 at 11:00”.

The price of the ride is £3.50 per person, £12 for a family of 4 (two adults and two children).

As seen from the Lammerlaws (last night).