The Rocks at Pittenween in Fifeshire
| Pittenween is a fishing centre of some importance on the Firth of Forth and a considerable trade is done there in fish curing. The town was created a royal burgh in 1537, and from then until 1639 it was a prosperous place. It was here that the robbery was committed upon the excise collector, which was the cause of the Porteous riots|
Scotland; supposedly spelled today with 'm' on end instead of 'n'