Features not mentioned in the previous posts are the vennels that ran between 'The Street' and 'The Cottages'. The vennels were the old entrance to the school. Here's how they were described in the memoirs:
"The first vennel was next to Mrs Docherty's house. It was a narrow passage between that house and the next. The rafters of the garret between the houses were clearly visible. Past gardens on both sides of it, the path led to the second vennel, like the first but much higher. There were two cottages on each side of the vennel. You were now in the school playground. Why the right of way to the school was closed I'll never know. During the school holidays a stout barricade was put across the mouth of the second vennel."
The numbered red dots on the map highlight a few more notable features:
2. Temperance Hall
3. Lundin Links Hotel (Inn)
4. Emsdorf House
I feel incredibly grateful to Esther Menzies for recording her memories, which were so evocative and detailed. Mrs Menzies was born in Lundin Links and attended the Crescent Road school, before going on to Leven Higher Grade School, Waid Academy and St Andrews University. She later was an English teacher at Leven School before marrying and moving to Montrose. After her husband's death she returned to Fife and once again taught at Leven School until her retirement. At the time of the publication of her recollections of old Lundin Mill she was living in Woodlands Road.