"Having a good time at Lundin Links. No motors - so no splashes!"
By the 1930s, however, horse-drawn vehicles had all but disappeared and motor car ownership was on the up. The first £100 car, the Morris Minor was produced in 1931. The 1930s saw the introduction of the driving test, the requirement for insurance and the 30 mph speed limit in built up areas. Of course, the war affected the upward trend but by the 1950s and 1960s many more driveways would have been opened up along this street. Back when this photograph was taken though the boys crossing the road with the barrow seem unconcerned about the possibility of traffic!