THIS week's Down Memory Lane collection of pictures comes from former Lochgelly woman Christine Hunt, who now stays in Owsestry, in Shropshire.

Said Christine: "I love looking at your Down Memory Lane pictures on the Times website and thought you might like these from the Happyland and Main Street and one from The Cross of the 1990s, which I have had for many years."

The pictures show a choir practice in the Happyland during the Second World War and another of the huge back garden areas that many homes in the town's famous Happyland had.

The Main Street shot Christine thinks is from the late 1920s with a tram making progress along Main Street as work is going ahead on the surface of the street, and the last shot is of the Queen's Arms site at The Cross which dominated the east end of Main Street. It now houses the Miners' Statue.

If you have any old photographs you would like to see in our Down Memory Lane feature send them to or take them to the Times Office, 17 Bank Street, Lochgelly, on a Monday or a Friday.