This photograph shows Dunfermline Lower Station around 1950 when it had three pl…

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This photograph shows Dunfermline Lower Station around 1950 when it had three platforms, long enough to accommodate the long Aberdeen to London trains. There were machines that sold chocolate and chewing gum, and another that embossed aluminium strips to be used as name labels. More photographs like this can also be seen in the Local Studies Department at St Margaret’s House in St Margaret’s Street.


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17 thoughts on “This photograph shows Dunfermline Lower Station around 1950 when it had three pl…

  1. Anonymous

    I used to love standing on the bridges above the railway lines and smelling the smoke as they passed below, it was more steam than smoke but it had that distinctive smell.

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