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  1. less than 1 mile
  2. Limekilns

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    Limekilns

    Limekilns is a lovely village on the shore of the Firth of Forth, west of the port of Rosyth, in west Fife.

  3. less than 5 miles
  4. South Queensferry

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    South Queensferry

    Pretty South Queensferry sits on the shore in the shadow of the two Forth Bridges.

  5. Bo'ness

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    Bo'ness

    Bo'ness is a coastal town on the south bank of the Firth of Forth, 16 miles (27 km) north west of Edinburgh and 6 miles (10 km) east of Falkirk.

  6. Rosyth

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    Rosyth

    Rosyth is a town on the Firth of Forth in Fife.

  7. North Queensferry

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    North Queensferry

    North Queensferry is a village on the north side of the Firth of Forth, overlooking the Forth Bridges.

  8. Forth Bridge

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    South Queensferry

  9. Dalgety Bay

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    Dalgety Bay

    Dalgety Bay is a small coastal town in Fife.

  10. Dunfermline

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    Dunfermline

    Dunfermline is the second largest town in Fife and was once the capital of Scotland.

  11. Crossford

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    Crossford

    Crossford is a small village in the west of Fife.

  12. less than 10 miles
  13. Uphall

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    Uphall

    Originally called 'Strathbrock (which like Broxburn, means 'valley of badgers'), the settlement of Uphall developed in the mid-19th century thanks to mining.

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