This atmospheric scene of Lower Largo featured on a postcard sent in July 1912. The sender was a John Rose who wrote "I am spending the day here with the choir picnic". This was sent to Miss Alexandrina Lowe of Kirkpark House, Musselburgh. Largo was a favourite day trip destination for many clubs and groups. The panorama stretches from the Crusoe Hotel on the left, round the bay to Cardy Works and Cardy House on the right. The start of The Temple is just visible on the extreme right - the prominent upper window of the central house in the group of white-coloured homes below stands out. This grouping of characterful buildings was once the entirety of the village of Temple (see painting at foot of post).
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