I've posted before about this pair of boarding houses, built at the turn of the century. This different, face-on, view clearly shows the number of large windows that were designed into the building in order to maximise the superb sea views. Laid out over three floors, with impressive front entrances and only a short walk from the old Lundin Links station, these houses look like mini-hotels. The horizontal dark line visible among the rough grass in the foreground is in fact the railway line. The track made its way between the foot of the back gardens of the Station Road houses and the road down to the Lundin Golf Club House. The garden wall to the right in the foreground belongs to Manderlea - another of the original boarding houses.
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