There's a chance to enjoy a little bit of local history on the web this week, following another broadcast of an edition of the BBC programme 'Coast', which featued Culross.
The show was roadcast on Tuesday 31st March, and you can watch the programme again any time until next Tuesday evening on the BBC's iPlayer.
In the programme, Hermione Cockburn explores the extraordinary 400 year old connection between Culross and the birth of deep coal mining in Britain, and the extraordinary, pioneering mining work of Sir George Bruce.
If you're feeling impatient, the section of the programme on Culross begins around 27:30 into the programme.
The programme, presented by historian Neil Oliver, travels around the coast of the UK telling many of the fascinating stories found around the island.
In this edition of the programme, the team travelled from Berwick-upon-Tweed to Aberdeen, highlighting Edinburgh's close connection with the coast. Miranda Krestovnikoff dived into a spectacular marine reserve off St Abbs, Alice Roberts discovered how the Forth Road Bridge is being threatened by rust, and Neil Oliver recreated a desperate wartime scheme to train seagulls to search for German U-boats, and Mark Horton looked at the secrets of the sailing boats that could outpace steam.
What do you think of the programme? Have your say on s1culross