Inverkeithing

Inverkeithing

Inverkeithing (Scottish Gaelic: Inbhir Ceitéinn) is a port city and former burgh in Fife, Scotland on the Firth of Forth. The name Inverkeithing is Scottish-Gaelic origin and means as much as the mouth of the Keithing. The river flows through the southern part of Keithing Ortes.Der status of Burgh the place in the twelfth century was awarded by King David I. Inverkeithing is located about fifteen kilometers north of Edinburgh airport, about six kilometers from Dunfermline town center. Today, the port city is about 5280 inhabitants in the neighboring cities of Rosyth and Dalgety Bay. the place is best known for the ship demolition company Thomas W. Ward Shipbreakers Ltd., in which among them leading ships such as the Mauretania, the Britannic, the Olympic, or the Robert Ley came to an end.

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