Note that there is a shop frontage on the right hand side closer to the camera. This was the plumber's business of James Simpson and the adjacent house was named 'Torwood'. James Simpson had the house, plumber's shop and workshop for many years (at least from c1920 to c1950). He was also a poultrykeeper and treasurer of St David's church in Lower Largo. Back in 1932 there was an incident outside the shop. Then, as now, there was a bus stop on the opposite side of the street. The Courier of 3 April reported that two Leven men had:
"on 10th January while passengers in a motor bus at Lundin Links near the shop occupied by James Simpson, plumber 1) conducted themselves in a disorderly manner; 2) wilfully damaged or smashed a pane of glass in the vehicle; and 3) made excessive noises by singing and shouting to the annoyance of the passengers".
If you recall this shop, please comment.