"Lying cosily ensconced at the foot, and on the sunny side, of the Law, near the apex of the bonnie bay to which it gives its name, Largo commands a splendid view of the Edinburgh and Lothians side, Berwick Law, the Bass Rock, Inch Keith, and the beautiful scenery that skirts the Firth of Forth."
Published in 1897, his words surely encouraged the growing tourism trade. Indeed the book also included a Bathers' Tide Table, the Leven and Largo Railway Time Table, Post Office Opening Times and a List of Local Officials, so probably was aimed largely at visitors. It was also noted in the book that "Mr Welsh at the Post Office during the busy season deals with upwards of 70 telegrams a day!" and that a Post Office had recently been opened in Lundin Links at Miss Bremner's "for the convenience of the visitors and residenters".