On 4 June 1896, the Glasgow Herald reported that the "Post Office authorities had sanctioned the erection of a branch Post Office at Lundin Links". The article commented upon how this would benefit both locals and "the many summer visitors". Opened later that year, the Post Office, run by Miss Bremner, clearly catered well for visitors - as shown by the above advert. It was the place to contact for information on houses to let for the season. Plus, thanks to the "great variety" of picture postcards of local views, we can see for ourselves what the village looked like back then (as many postcards still survive).
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