Photograph of the shops at the top of St Andrew Street near its junction with Ho…

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Photograph of the shops at the top of St Andrew Street near its junction with Hospital Hill, including the video shop, newsagent John Young, fishing tackle shop and chemist on the corner.


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20 thoughts on “Photograph of the shops at the top of St Andrew Street near its junction with Ho…

  1. Alan Wharton

    In the 70’s I was in the Police and dealing with an accident at that location when some drunk oik came across and started assaulting me. Some punters from the shops came out to help me and I was quite grateful for the help. Memories of a long time ago.

  2. Peter McLavin

    I lived in Pitcorthie estate 1971 till start of eighties and this was Airfix, Revell and Humbrol Mecca! As an 8 year old would walk there just to look at boxes!

    This was before the Video Library (also a centre of ….erm…(some guy told me just say you want to see “The List”)

  3. Bob Wilson

    Remember this well my paper round from my paper round as a 14 year old in the 70’s carrying all the heavy Dunfermline Press’s around every Friday. Happy days

  4. Theresa Johns

    Worked in The Brucefield Cafe when it had stopped the sit-down bit and sold ice-cream, sweets and take-away rolls – will NEVER forget telling the customer I could sell him buttered rolls and bags of crisps but he’d have to make up his own ‘crisp rolls’!!!

  5. Dave Mcgee

    This brings back memories,lived in Whitelaw Crescent from 1955,mum used to take us to the cafe.I remember frequenting chip shop after going to Air Training Corps at Pitreavie 1145 squadron mondays and Fridays.How I would like to go back in time………………….

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