THIS week's Down Memory Lane pictures come from the local history books of Cowdenbeath woman Mary Burt.

These have been taken from Old Lochgelly, by Rachel Wilson and Old Cowdenbeath by Jim Hutcheson.

One of them shows Bank Street, in Lochgelly, from over 60 years with the Co-op Building dominating the view as it does today. Another from Lochgelly is of the West End Picnic which was a big day in the summer and this shot sees Mrs Whyte at the head of the parade.

Another shows scenes from 'A Royal Divorce, a Story of Waterloo' which went on at the Cowdenbeath's Empire Theatre. The Empire later became the Palais de Danse.

The last picture is a shot of the Fife Mining School which dominated Broad Street between 1936 and 1976, and of course its annexe became Broad Street Centre.

If you have any old photographs you would like to see in Down Memory Lane send them to or take them to the Times Office on a Monday or a Friday between noon and 3pm.