Barry Links is a vast swathe of heathland and dunes that has been formed and shaped by the incessant flow of the estuary.
The links are largely occupied by a military training area and the largest rifle range in Scotland, associated with Barry Buddon Camp and was used for the Commonwealth Games in 2014.
At the north-eastern side of the links is the Carnoustie Championship Golf Course – host venue of The Open on several occasions.
Barry Links railway station lies to the south of the village and is on the main line from Aberdeen to London. The station was opened on 31 July by the Dundee and Arbroath Railway and named Barry, before adopting its current name in 1919.
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