Another pair of images that show fairly little change over the decades. The top scene dates to the 1930s, while the lower one is bang up-to-date. The most evident change is to the Crusoe Hotel in the foreground on the left. It's roof was changed from flat to pitched later in the 1930s. The extension above the seawall put on in the early 1990s. Some houses have been extended also. Largo St David's Kirk has lost its tall bell tower (visible in the centre in the distance of the upper image). This was lost in the 1960s and the bell repositioned to the back of the roof.
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