Following yesterday's post about the garage which used to exist in Woodielea Road until 1980, this image shows the street in a state of transition. While the building of at least two of the five new houses is under way in this image, there is still a gap enabling the club house of the Lundin Ladies Golf Course to be seen. Standing in this position today, there would be no gap through to the golf course, as another house adjoins this one and the one just visible to the extreme left. The name Woodielea presumably comes from the street's location next to an elevated area of woodland to the east, between this street and Largo Road. 'Lea' means a tract of open ground, often grassland or meadow - but in this case - wooded.
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