BURNTISLAND

The Platform

The Platform building was converted into artists’ studios in 2012 by Fife Historic Buildings Trust. Previously derelict, it originally housed the station waiting rooms, and has been sympathetically restored into creative spaces for Sally Grant, Beth Legg,¬†Grace Girvan, Ebba Goring (jewellers); Gingerbread Designs (textiles & ceramics); and Sophie McKay Knight (fine art painter).

The Edwardian building sits on the Burntisland dockside facing south towards Edinburgh and the Pentland Hills, providing the studios with an inspiring coastal environment for those who work there and all who visit.


Behind Platform 1, Burntisland Train Station

Jewellery
www.sallygrant.co.uk
www.bethlegg.com
www.gracegirvan.com
www.ebbagoring.com

Fine Art Painter
www.sophiemckayknight.com

Textiles and Ceramics
gingerbreaddesigns@hotmail.co.uk

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