The present Links Road in Lundin Links was originally named Station Road. Stretching from the junction with the Post Office and Lundin Links Hotel down to the Lundin Golf Course today, it originally connected the Train Station to the Inn and Toll House. Clearly, the decision to rename it was taken at some point soon after the station closed in 1965. The reason for changing the name may seem unusual when so many other towns and villages with closed stations retained their 'Station Roads'. Perhaps it was simply to clarify that this is the route to the links golf course, which is a little tucked away from the main road. If you know more or know exactly when the name change took place, please comment.
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