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    Default Kirkland High School, Fife


    One from the archives, visited in summer 2016. I just named the location because it's now been demolished, along with another local school (Buckhaven) to form one mega sized school.

    Kirkland High School (formerly known as Kirkland High School and Community College and Kirkland Junior High School) was a six-year comprehensive school in Methil that served the population in the Levenmouth area, Scotland.

    The site was in the process of being cleared and a lot of stuff had been moved, although a lot of lovely details were left behind. Especially the vintage scales, fire buckets and science equipment. I hope some of it was salvaged before the place was flattened. I didn't have a tripod so these are all handheld, so some are a bit grainy.

































    Last edited by Ha.zel; 12th Jan 18 at 14:35.

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    So similar to my old school. Yuck! Haha. Thanks for posting. :)

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    Great pics Ha.zel :)

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    Great set of shots, I expected it would be grim given its location, but actually looks pretty decent. Pic 5 is nicely composed, and @RichardB; will be interested in pic 7 I think. :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by krela View Post
    So similar to my old school. Yuck! Haha. Thanks for posting. :)
    My school was the same! It seems all the schools in Fife were like this too. I don't know who hired architects in the 60's haha.

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    Great pics there. Good work.
    F,ing hippies. I shit hippies.

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    brings back memories i was at kirkland

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    That looked great. Real shame it's gone.

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