This postcard features the caravan site beneath the viaduct at Lower Largo. It's possible to pick out some interesting detail by zooming in. The first close-up below shows the caravans in the prime spot by the water - doors and windows open and deck chairs set up in front. Someone is picking their way down the precarious looking rocks to the Keil Burn. The sender of this postcard was probably staying at the caravan site, as they write that one of the party "has gone for hot water for coffee". The other detailed image shows the retort house of the former gas works and the gasometer. The caravan site continued for many years and was further developed, with the building of walls and fences, as can be seen in later images.
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