The above postcard image was taken from the edge of the Lundin Ladies Golf Course looking towards Largo Law. Taken during the inter-war period, it shows a very rural scene of farm buildings, haystacks, chickens and the Keil burn. In 1995, the farm steading and mill complex was developed into a new Bett housing estate named Penrice Park (after long-standing tenants of the farm). The area was surveyed by archaeologists at the time of its redevelopment and it was concluded that the oldest buildings still standing at that time dated back to the 1830s or 1840s. Some of the old farm buildings can be seen in the background below - the foreground being the 9th green and club house of the Lundin Ladies Golf Course. This image was created by stitching together a couple of freeze frames from an old cine film taken in the early 1960s.
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