INVERKEITHING

Circle Line – ConverStations

Rail Art and Writing posters by Sheena Berry and Maureen Sangster.

Though freight railways predated the Forth Bridge opening in 1890, The Fife Circle only came about in 1989 by the joining of the Kirkcaldy and Cowdenbeath local routes. ‘Circle Line – ConverStations’ (Community Rail Award Winner 2014) is the first celebration of the Fife Circle.

22 posters of artwork, poems and fictional historical conversations depict stations, iconic buildings, historical events and people such as Dunfermline’s St. Margaret, the riggers who built the Railway Bridge and Adam Smith. Some texts are in Scots.


Platform 1, Southbound Waiting Room, Inverkeithing Railway Station
Boreland Road, Inverkeithing KY11 1NJ
Email: info@theartline.co.uk / Web: www.maureensangster.wordpress.com

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