Constructed in 1899, Ravenswood (left) and Elmwood (right) would be joined by several other Boarding Houses close by within a decade. The summer influx of tourists must have brought the village to life. In June 1903, the Evening Telegraph reported that "Largo and Lundin Links are now filling up, and both villages are already busy." It noted that many of the visitors came from Edinburgh, Glasgow and Dundee and also that many people "come here year after year". If you have memories of summers spent in Lundin Links - maybe in one of the Boarding Houses - please leave a comment.
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