At the start of the 20th century, Lundin Links was expanding and developing as it became a fashionable holiday destination with a rail connection to Edinburgh via the Forth Rail Bridge. The village is often described as 'old' or 'Victorian'. However, the final quarter of the century also saw significant growth and change. The new Lundin Mill Primary School was opened in 1974 (its 40th anniversary is imminent in the New Year). The houses of Keilburn, to the south of Largo Road and west of Harbour Wynd followed in the late 1970s. A decade later the development of the other side of Harbour Wynd began and the photograph above was taken in 1989 when Toll Court was under construction. Toll Court was so named because of the toll house which stood on the site for many years. 'The Roundel' completed this pocket of development in the mid 1990s.
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