This photograph taken around 1971 shows Crosswynd still open to traffic.The gent…
This photograph taken around 1971 shows Crosswynd still open to traffic.The gent…

This photograph taken around 1971 shows Crosswynd still open to traffic.The gent…

This photograph taken around 1971 shows Crosswynd still open to traffic.The gent’s outfitters Nicol’s occupied the prominent site on the right-hand corner where Cross Wynd meets the High Street, and the North of Scotland Bank was opposite (now occupied by…

This photograph from 1964 is of Moodie Street looking towards the iconic view of…
This photograph from 1964 is of Moodie Street looking towards the iconic view of…

This photograph from 1964 is of Moodie Street looking towards the iconic view of…

This photograph from 1964 is of Moodie Street looking towards the iconic view of Dunfermline Abbey, and is the street where Andrew Carnegie was born in 1835. Many of the old weavers cottages were demolished when this road was later…

This photograph looks towards East Port on the left and James Street on the righ…
This photograph looks towards East Port on the left and James Street on the righ…

This photograph looks towards East Port on the left and James Street on the righ…

This photograph looks towards East Port on the left and James Street on the right, which now leads up to the top entrance of the Kingsgate Centre. The tenements have long gone and there is now a green open space…

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