A quick comparison of the beach at the Temple end of Lower Largo - c1950s and present day. The two images are not radically different. Most of the buildings remain the same, with a few additions and alterations. The popularity of paddling in the sea and exploring the rockpools endures. The railway line (closed 50 years ago this year) which once ran behind the houses is now part of the Fife Coastal Path. This pathway stretches for 117 miles from the Forth Estuary to the Tay Estuary. See link below for more information:
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