The St Monans windmill nods to the salt panning in the area, during time when this precious commodity was traded with our European neighbours.
The disused winding gear of the Frances Colliery near Dysart, serves as a testament to the coal mining industry, which once employed 25,000 men.
When the Forth and Tay rail bridges opened, linking Fife with Dundee to the north and Edinburgh to the south, the county boomed. Ports were constructed in Methil, Burntisland and Rosyth.
Kirkcaldy was the world leader for production of linoleum and latterly, high tech companies moved to the new town of Glenrothes, taking advantage of an available workforce due to the decline of the coal mining industry.
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