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PUDDLEDUB BUTCHERY AT DOBBIES
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Travel Information
By dafc.net - Sun, 9th Jul 2000

Car, Bus or Train, how to get here.

stadium info getting there pubs & grub general info honours

Travel Information

From north

Head south on the M90, following signs for Forth Bridge. Keep traveling south, past Kelty, then leave the M90 at Junction 3 (Halbeath). Follow the signs for Dunfermline. Straight on at 2 roundabouts and two sets of traffic lights then (approx 2 miles on) you will arrive at East End Park.

You are best advised to find off street parking before reaching the ground.

From south

Head north on the M90 towards Perth. Ignore first exit to Dunfermline and leave M90 at Junction 3 (Halbeath ). Follow the signs for Dunfermline. Straight on at 2 roundabouts and two sets of traffic lights then (approx 2 miles on) you will arrive at East End Park.

You are best advised to find off street parking before reaching the ground.

From west

From M80 and M876 follow the signs for Kincardine Bridge. After crossing the Kincardine Bridge take right at a roundabout in the village of Kincardine. Follow the signs for Dunfermline along A985 for 7 miles and then A994. Through the villages of Cairneyhill and Crossford, and straight on into Dunfermline.

Through five sets of traffic lights past a fire station, B&Q and then a Police Station (on the left hand side). At a large roundabout, away support should take first left and follow signs for away support parking. If just dropping off, take second exit off roundabout along Appin Crescent, into Halbeath Road.

Parking

There is an official Car/Coach Park at the east end (away end) of the ground, parking may be easier in the side streets, though some restrictions apply. Away support may find parking on the north side of the cemetery and then walking through the cemetery the simplest solution with the fastest get away. Alternatively, you may wish to park in the town centre, which has plenty of car parks and within 10-15 minutes walking distance of the ground.

Public Transport

Train

There is a regular train service from Edinburgh to either Dunfermline Town or Dunfermline Queen Margaret stations. East End Park is a fifteen minute walk from both stations. The Queen Margaret will suit away supporters who intend to have pre and / or post match drinks in the Elizabethan. The main Dunfermline Town station is better for Town Centre facilities.

Bus

There are many bus services to Dunfermline. Buses from the North and East pass by the ground. Fans arriving at the Bus Station will have a ten minute walk to the ground. Local buses are run by Stagecoach in Fife.

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