Tour Scotland Video May Drive Behind Double Decker Passenger Bus To Freuchie Fife
Tour Scotland video of a sunny May drive East on the B936 road behind a double decker passenger bus through Newton of Falkland on ancestry visit to Freuchie, Fife, Scotland. Freuchie is a village at the foot of the Lomond Hills, and near Falkland. The nearest major town is Glenrothes located 4 miles to the South. The name derives from the Scottish Gaelic, fraoch, meaning heather. Freuchie was once used by the Royal family as a place of banishment from the Court when it was in nearby Falkland Palace.
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