A view from the Glen Gates up Bridge Street towards the High Street busy with sh…
A view from the Glen Gates up Bridge Street towards the High Street busy with sh…

A view from the Glen Gates up Bridge Street towards the High Street busy with sh…

[ad_1] A view from the Glen Gates up Bridge Street towards the High Street busy with shoppers in the 1950’s. Hutton’s on the left hand side of the photograph is where ‘The Seven Kings’ pub is now situated. [ad_2] Source

Photograph of one of Dunfermline’s most famous venues, Maloco’s cafe, in the Hig…
Photograph of one of Dunfermline’s most famous venues, Maloco’s cafe, in the Hig…

Photograph of one of Dunfermline’s most famous venues, Maloco’s cafe, in the Hig…

[ad_1] Photograph of one of Dunfermline’s most famous venues, Maloco’s cafe, in the High Street taken around 1970. Just beside it is the lane leading down to the Snooker Hall, affectionately known as “Joe’s” after the owner Joe Maloco. It…

This photograph is of people queuing for a sale at Graftons in Bonnar Street whi…
This photograph is of people queuing for a sale at Graftons in Bonnar Street whi…

This photograph is of people queuing for a sale at Graftons in Bonnar Street whi…

[ad_1] This photograph is of people queuing for a sale at Graftons in Bonnar Street which is where Marks and Spencer is now. At the bottom corner on the right is the junction of the High Street and New Row.…

**Free Competition** The ‘Old Dunfermline’ DVD featuring old black and white ima…
**Free Competition**
The ‘Old Dunfermline’ DVD featuring old black and white ima…

**Free Competition** The ‘Old Dunfermline’ DVD featuring old black and white ima…

[ad_1] **Free Competition** The ‘Old Dunfermline’ DVD featuring old black and white images of Dunfermline over the past 100 years, including a colour film shot in 1974 showing Dunfermline Abbey, the Glen, Carnegie Birthplace and many other aspects of life…

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