This photograph shows an aerial view of Burntisland which was taken around the 1920s.
It shows just how much the town has changed over the years.
The docks and shipyard are a busy hub compared to what it is now, and the steam locomotives and the railway Roundhouse are just visible, as is the network of sidings beyond the East Dock.
The town’s Dick Crescent has not yet been built, and there are very few houses on what is now Broomhill Avenue.
Top left of the photograph are the shale bings, and below them and to the left you can see Binn House.