Following on from the previous post, this image is looking at the same street but facing in the opposite direction c1930s. This time we are on Station Road (now Links Road) looking towards Golf Road, with the Lundin Golf Club House on the far right. A lone figure is walking away from the station, which is out of shot. Zooming in on the buildings, we can see the recently built 'Corner House' is looking brighter and newer than its neighbour to the right - which pre-dates it by a few decades and contains the home, shop and workshop of golf club maker D.M. Patrick. In the mid-background are houses Manderlea and Westhall and to the far left is the building that is now Peacehaven. The Putting Green was right in the corner of the present golf course ground, at the junction of Golf Road and Station Road. The little white flags are just visible in the photograph below.
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