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Newport-on-Tay in Fife

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Newport-on-Tay, Fife. Constituted in 1822 by Act of Parliament as the ferry station from Fife to Dundee (the harbour was built in the same year from designs by Telford), Newport became a popular residential area, and it has many villas dating from this period. Near Wormit, 2 miles West of Newport, the first Tay rail bridge was broken in the gale of 1879, a train plunging into the river with the loss of ninety passengers. A new rail bridge was built in 18838, and in 1966 the old ferry went out of operation with the opening of the fine new road bridge, linking Fife, Angus, and the North East.

Nearby cities: Dundee

Nearby towns: Cupar, Leuchars, St. Andrews, Tayport

Nearby villages: Ardler, Arnhall, Balmerino, Balmullo, Barry, Boarhills, Bridgefoot, Broughty Ferry, Carmyllie, Carnoustie, Collessie, Dronley, Dunbog, Guardbridge, Inchture, Invergowrie, Kilmany, Kilmaron, Kirkbuddo, Kirkton of Auchterhouse, Liff, Lindores, Logie, Longforgan, Lundie, Luthrie, Monifieth, Monikie, Monimail, Moonzie, Muirhead, Murroes, Newtyle, Pitscottie, Strathkinness, Tealing, West Ferry, Wormit

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