Crossford - Fife - Scotland

Crossford Main Street looking West towards the centre of the village.

Crossford is small village (Population in 1991 - 2830) that sits on the A994, about a mile west of  Scotland's ancient capital of Dunfermline. It is located in Central Scotland to the North of the River Forth with it's famous steel bridge. It lies just over twelve miles from Scotland's modern capital, Edinburgh. A former weaving village, Crossford is said to take its name from the ford crossed by monks on their way between the abbeys of Dunfermline and Culross. To the south-east lies the 18-hole Pitfirrane golf course of the Dunfermline Golf Club whose clubhouse was the mansion of the Halkett family, owners of the former Pitfirrane Estate until 1951.

Crossford Main Street looking West

Some Local Links




Crossford Post Office looking East

Crossford Post Office










The climate in Eastern Scotland tends to be slightly colder and drier than the West.


Click the button above or HERE to see a Rainfall Chart for Crossford 1999/2000/2001







56o 3.85' N     3o 29.79' W

The above picture shows what the village looks like from a space satellite. it was taken in 1992 and shows the Main Street running left to right near the top, and Wagon Road running top to bottom, quite clearly. The Pitfirrane Golf Course can be seen at the top left hand side and the Kievil House Hotel can be seen at the bottom left hand corner.




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