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Use this relief map to navigate to tide stations, surf breaks and cities that are in the area of Woodland Beach, Delaware Bay, Delaware. On through the village of Charlestown and I head inland before looping back to the coast and the truly wonderful gem that is Culross.
Still, all things must pass, and Culross soon was no more than a half glimpsed memory in my rear-view mirror as I carried on west, past hills of coal that are endlessly consumed by the mighty power station at Longannet (once the largest in Europe) before, at the twin bridges that cross the river at Kincardine I turn northeast and am soon skirting the southern fringes of Devilla forest where I pull in and stop (the dog has been glaring at me from the boot of the car for some time). Walking beneath the Scots Pines as they leap effortlessly skyward it is hard to believe that most of this huge area of woodland only dates from the 1950s.
North now, and with the sun beginning to sink toward the west I make my way through towns that cling to the southern skirts of the Ochils. SEVERAL police cars are carrying out a woodland search around Weston-super-Marethis afternoon (Thursday), in hopes of finding new clues in the search for a man who has been missing for 19 days.
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Sue Mountstevens is in the lead so far, as the votes in the Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) election are counted.
Livestock shows, horse jumping and bale stacking kept hundreds of families entertained as they enjoyed a taste of the countryside at the North Somerset Show.
Johnny Mack Brown soared from All-American football player at the University of Alabama to star of numerous western films.
Brown had a sensational career as a halfback for the Crimson Tide and reached his peak as a senior in the 1926 Rose Bowl game when he caught touchdown passes of 61 and 30 yards as Alabama defeated Washington 20-19. One of the football player's first films, “Slide, Kelly, Slide” (1927), was about baseball. This week I wanted to photograph an area I had barely visited or even passed through, despite living only twenty or so miles from it; the country west of Dunfermline, north of the Forth river, east of Alloa, and south of the Ochil hills.
There is the small harbour villages of Culross and Limekilns, reminiscent of the fishing villages of the East Neuk of Fife, the vast behemoth that is the coal powered Longannet power station, the old mining communities of Steelend and Comrie, the vast Devilla forest, and in the north the hill side towns reminiscent of ones I have seen deep in the magical mountains of Mourne in Ireland. I knew that if I kept away the main roads and stuck to the back roads I wouldn’t be disappointed.
I negotiate the endless dead-ends of the dockyard at Rosyth and before long find myself descending a steep hill into the coastal village of Limekilns, whose history stretches back to the fourteenth century.
I had heard often of Culross and had been told many times that I should visit but this was the first time I had.
Before then it was rough and unforgiving moorland; It was home to witches, it saw King Duncan and his lieutenants Macbeth and Banquo defeated in battle by the Danes, and was the setting for clandestine and highly dangerous religious meetings in the time of the Covenanters. Up into the hills past isolated buildings that once barrage balloons rose up from during the war, past the racetrack at Knockhill before again heading west and, from on high, l look out across the western Ochils, painted by the light of a dying sun, and the low floodplain of the Forth valley. His friends say he sometimes has a goatee-type beard and usually wears dark navy joggers or jeans and a T-shirt. He went on to act opposite silent films stars such as Mary Pickford and Greta Garbo and then made a smooth transition to talking pictures.
I heard about him all my life, because my daddy would always say, “You know you have a cousin who was a movie star?” As a kid I would always dismiss this fact as ancient history.

I can’t recommend highly enough heading off somewhere and leaving all the maps behind. Although tiny, Culross is instantly captivating and its narrow medieval streets, beautifully car-free, seem to have changed little in its long history.
From here I am told you can almost see to Loch Lomond far away past Stirling and the Kippen straight. It wasn’t until I got older and after I lost both my parents that family and heritage became interestingly important to me.
Coming to a junction and just taking the road that looks the nicest seems such a tiny thing, but is a delicious pleasure. With the light fading fast I turn for home and leave this still mostly undiscovered country behind. Growing up I knew we huge University of Alabama fans but how pleased I was to find out that I was related to such a great asset of my beloved football team. The village is believed to date from the 6th century and was founded by St Serf (the foster father of St Mungo, patron saint and founder of Glasgow). I even requested some of his movies last year for Christmas so I could see him in action instead of just the pictures for the internet. Incredibly it was here, in 1575, that the first mine in the world to extend under the sea was constructed. I get great joy in explaining to people who is and what he did for Alabama in the 1926 Rose Bowl that led to their first of many National Championships.
It produced coal for half a century before it was destroyed in a storm and it’s ruins are visible yet at low tide.
Many of the buildings boast red roof tiles - a direct result of the village’s trade with Holland and the seaports of the Hanseatic League (they were used as ships ballast).

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