By the winter of 1983-84, the new development of Seatoun Place was really getting off the ground. The development was carried out by the owners of the former caravan site, Robert and Catherine Band, and built by Robert Band Ltd. Both of the images above show the viaduct at the top left and Burnbrae Terrace in the background. Below are photographs of the homes nearing completion. The first shows detail of the construction work, the second, the houses framed by an arch of the viaduct, while the third is an almost aerial view taken from the top of the viaduct. Last but not least, at the foot of this post, images of the former mill's edge running stones and base stone being put into position at the entrance to the development, as a reminder of the original use of the site.
With thanks to John Band for the photographs.
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