This photograph is of Douglas Street where ‘Subway’ is now. Tommy Black was a we…
This photograph is of Douglas Street where ‘Subway’ is now. Tommy Black was a we…

This photograph is of Douglas Street where ‘Subway’ is now. Tommy Black was a we…

This photograph is of Douglas Street where ‘Subway’ is now. Tommy Black was a well known trader who had a celebration sale in February 1960 in his fishmongers and greengrocers for his Silver Jubilee when he sold goods at 1935…

This photograph is of the junction of Pittencrieff Street, William Street and th…
This photograph is of the junction of Pittencrieff Street, William Street and th…

This photograph is of the junction of Pittencrieff Street, William Street and th…

This photograph is of the junction of Pittencrieff Street, William Street and the Coal Road on the way out of Dunfermline towards Crossford around 1960. All the properties were eventually demolished except the three-story block of flats, and traffic lights…

To win a £25 voucher to spend in ‘Cafe Fresh’ and a copy of the ‘Old Dunfermline…
To win a £25 voucher to spend in ‘Cafe Fresh’ and a copy of the ‘Old Dunfermline…

To win a £25 voucher to spend in ‘Cafe Fresh’ and a copy of the ‘Old Dunfermline…

To win a £25 voucher to spend in ‘Cafe Fresh’ and a copy of the ‘Old Dunfermline’ DVD that is on sale in the Kingsgate Centre outside Debenhams until Xmas Eve, in ‘Cafe Fresh’ and also online on www.olddunfermline.com/shop, simply…

This photograph shows the junction of Wedderburn Street and Blacklaw Road in 195…
This photograph shows the junction of Wedderburn Street and Blacklaw Road in 195…

This photograph shows the junction of Wedderburn Street and Blacklaw Road in 195…

This photograph shows the junction of Wedderburn Street and Blacklaw Road in 1952. Abbeyview housing estate, the largest in Dunfermline at that time, took 20 years to build. Although the scheme looked good on paper, no consideration had been given…

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