We've all seen images of Lower Largo Harbour similar to this one. However, this particular 1950s postcard is very clear and has lots of activity within it. Below are three different areas of detail. In the first, we can see the gas cylinder and part of the gas retort house through one of the viaduct's arches. A 'wet paint' sign can be seen on the wall adjacent to the road bridge. In the second image, note the public conveniences building through the left hand arch, three children splashing in the water under the road bridge and the detail of the pier in the foreground. The final image features three boys enjoying some rowing and another boat marked 'Jenny - Leven' in the foreground. Sadly, the sender of this particular postcard noted that the weather was "very showery and cool" during their July visit.
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