I wonder how many people have noticed this sign, embedded into the pavement next to the beach at Lower Largo. It lies close to the bend in the road shown below, between Temple Car Park and the entrance to Cardy Net House. The inlaid lettering set into the pavement, bears the name of a Largo plasterer by the name of Williamson. Walking over this sign recently, I wanted to know more about this person, when he lived and worked in Largo, and what other evidence of his work might exist. In the next post, an overview of what I have found out about A. Williamson.
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