Continuing from my previous post (Black & White Photos From Pathhead, Kirkcaldy – Part 1), here are a few more photos taken in Kirkcaldy, going along Victoria Rd, and then down Dunnikier Road towards the harbour.
The first three photos show an old warehouse or factory (possibly the old Dunnikier Linoleum Works, built some time after 1895) on Victoria Rd.
The fourth photo shows St Marie’s RC church (now part of “The Polish Province of the Society of the Divine Saviour) built c1900 by John Bennie Wilson(?). The church was originally a Free Church, built in a tudor gothic style, with a tower and a squat spire.
The final photo is of Kirkcaldy Fire Station, built in 1938, as a modern 3 storey ferro concrete framed purpose built fire station, with a tall square fire practice tower in the NE. This building is fairly typical of the Art Deco style that was popular in the 1930s.