Old Photograph Church Street Ladybank Scotland
Old photograph of Church Street in Ladybank near St Andrews and East Neuk of Fife, Scotland. This Scottish village became a burgh in 1878, and became an industrial centre, with linen weaving, coal mining, and malting the principal industries in those days. Ladybank golf course was founded in 1879 and a six-hole course designed by Old Tom Morris. The course was expanded to 18 holes in 1961 and has been used as a qualifier for The Open Championship.
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