This photograph shows the entrance to the Glen in the early 20th century which w…

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This photograph shows the entrance to the Glen in the early 20th century which was through an alleyway between the shops of ‘J. Blair’ and ‘Gillespie’s’ at the bottom of the High Street across from where the ‘Seven Kings’ pub is now. These buildings were later demolished and the Louise Carnegie Gates constructed to form the grand entrance to Pittencrieff Park that greets visitors today. This photograph is on the new ‘Then and Now’ DVD which is on sale outside ‘New Look’ in the Kingsgate until Xmas Eve, and at www.olddunfermline.com/shop. Many more old photographs of Dunfermline can also be seen in the Local Studies Department in St Margaret’s House, St Margaret’s Street.


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