THIS week's Down Memory Lane selection comes from the late Arthur Nevay's compilation of articles called 'The Lost Village Of Glencraig'.

The folder studies the rise and fall of the village which grew up around Glencraig Colliery.

The first picture shows the staff of the Glencraig branch of Lochgelly Co-operative Society outside the shop in 1903.

Another is a shot of Glencraig Colliery FC from the early 1950s and among those pictured are Bob Berwick, Bill Millar, Tom Donnachie, George Hobbs, William Abbot, David Mackie, David Gilchrist and Edward Tucker.

The other two pictures shows the entrance to the village from Lochgelly with a shot taken from where Lochgelly High is today. Note how close the bings are to the houses. The other shows the bings on that road heading north which actually are those of Lochgelly's Nellie Colliery.

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