This part of Pilmuir Street was originally called Bath Street because the baths …
This part of Pilmuir Street was originally called Bath Street because the baths …

This part of Pilmuir Street was originally called Bath Street because the baths …

This part of Pilmuir Street was originally called Bath Street because the baths which Andrew Carnegie had gifted to Dunfermline were there on the corner where Sinky’s pub is now. The majority of buildings in this photograph taken around 1971…

This photograph is of the ‘supermarket that never was’. It was built on the site…
This photograph is of the ‘supermarket that never was’. It was built on the site…

This photograph is of the ‘supermarket that never was’. It was built on the site…

This photograph is of the ‘supermarket that never was’. It was built on the site of the former St Andrews Parish Church and various other former co-operative properties in 1988 near where the bus station now is, but never opened…

Pilmuir Hall was Dunfermline’s first swimming baths gifted by Andrew Carnegie, a…
Pilmuir Hall was Dunfermline’s first swimming baths gifted by Andrew Carnegie, a…

Pilmuir Hall was Dunfermline’s first swimming baths gifted by Andrew Carnegie, a…

Pilmuir Hall was Dunfermline’s first swimming baths gifted by Andrew Carnegie, and later became a public hall when the new Carnegie Baths were built further up Pilmuir Street. The building was later used by the DHSS before being demolished in…

**Free Competition** This photograph shows some of the players from Dunfermline …
**Free Competition**
This photograph shows some of the players from Dunfermline …

**Free Competition** This photograph shows some of the players from Dunfermline …

**Free Competition** This photograph shows some of the players from Dunfermline Athletic’s 1961 Scottish Cup winning side celebrating their famous victory. The accompanying poster is for an event at the Carnegie Hall containing film footage of that win and many…

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