Close to Vulcan, Alberta and practically a ghost town. There are a few inhabited dwellings. An old rail line is nearby and this is just barely off the highway. Not much information on this place. Apparently named by an unknown Scot after Kirkcaldy, Fife, Scotland. There was a post office that operated from January 1915 to February 1970. A stop on my April 12, 2015 solo road trip.
Looking west from Highway 23
A cousin sent me some info on this. Her grandson's grandfather owned this store, and was the postmaster, firechief, and television repairman. Don Mallory was the 'Mallory' and his partner, 'Carnegie' was his sister's husband. Don's wife, Mary Mallory, still lives in the tiny house just past the vacant house to the right, beside the Kirkaldy Hall.
Like many communities, the schoolhouse was not just the schoolhouse.
I would be a bit surprised if this building is still used. It is showing its age.
Rear of the school.