After the closure of the railway line through Lundin Links and Lower Largo in 1965, there was perhaps a period when hope remained that the line might re-open or even just be used occasionally by enthusiasts. However, by early 1970, the closure must have felt very much permanent when further dismantling of the old railway infrastructure took place. February of that year saw the removal of the bridge over the line where Crescent Road meets Drummochy Road. This work and the associated realignment of the road was welcomed from a safety point of view, as the corner, shown in the photograph before the change, was a bad one. As a result of the work, the curve of the road would become gentler and pavements would be created on both sides of the road (see below).
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