To enter a competition to win a box set of the series of all four ‘Old Dunfermli…

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To enter a competition to win a box set of the series of all four ‘Old Dunfermline’ DVD’s that includes the new one, ‘Then and Now’, just ‘like’ this post that contains a short extract from it as it passes through the Abbey View housing estate. The winner will be announced on Friday 23rd December.
‘Then and Now’ is on sale outside ‘New Look’ in the Kingsgate until Xmas Eve and also 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 in St Margaret’s Street.[fb_vid id=”1829385677335749″]
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21 thoughts on “To enter a competition to win a box set of the series of all four ‘Old Dunfermli…

  1. Anonymous

    Would really love to win these. My Tennant, Harrower, Henderson, Bowie, and many more families on my late father’s side of the family came from Dunfermline, I just love looking at pictures of the streets, buildings, churches, etc., where they use to live, work and pray. Keep up this good work. From Australia.

  2. Anonymous

    Great prize. I remember as a girl of 7 going to the Calais Farm in one of the pictures. A memorable day out when I was a Lyneburn Primary School pupil in 1963 and went to see the cows being milked and to get some insight into farm life. The surrounding area was farmland and woodland and not a house in sight! We got a glass of milk and a penguin biscuit! How easy pleased we were in those days! Enjoyed our wee trip!

  3. Anonymous

    I would love to win this for my 91yr old mum, she goes on about how dunfermline has changed , she can tell you all the shops that use to be on the high st when she was a wee lass she had seen many changes x liked and shared x

  4. Anonymous

    Would love to win this for me because although I have visited I have not lived there for over forty years and the old photos bring back so many memories for me. Thank you.

  5. Anonymous

    We moved to 99 Trondheim parkway in 1960. There was nothing but fields on the south side, they were still building Inchkeith dr. Went to Blacklaw school until they opened the new Lynburn school. Spent many happy hours in Calais woods remember walking up the lane from Lyneburn rd. See big changes in area and not all for the better.

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