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Loch Gelly Fife

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John Nadin
12 May 2017
And House & Sand Martin, a fine trio...
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This is a large loch situated 2.5 miles ENE of Cowdenbeath and south of the A92. It has an excellent wetland at its western end with extensive reedbeds where a muddy spit is the central feature.

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From the A92 take the B9149 signposted Lochgelly, but immediately turn south towards Auchtertool. Park in the first opening by the lochside and a flight of steps leads to the water’s edge. Alternatively approach from Auchtertool, park at the east end of the loch and follow a rough footpath along the shore to the reedbeds.

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