The golf course end of Links Road in Lundin Links has changed considerably over the decades. The top image (probably inter-war) shows the prominence of the railway station on the left and Aithernie House (now the Old Manor Hotel) on the right. The present day photograph presents a leafier, more residential scene. Lundin Links Station closed in 1965 and the buildings were removed a few years later. The street name was altered from Station Road to Links Road accordingly. Aithernie House would still have been in residential use at the time of the black and white image. It subsequently became a children's home and later a hotel. After World War Two further houses were built along this stretch of the street, opposite the golf course, which has remained a constant feature.
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