St John's Works
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St John's Works was a factory, occupying a large area to the south of Falkland, between East Loan and Well Brae.
"Linoleum Works, Well Brae. Large, in red brick, by C. H. Armour, 1931.
"The Co-operative Factory at Falkland moved George Scott-Moncrieff to generalise, somewhat unjustly (on all parties) 'Co-operative architecture in Scotland merits any abuses that may be levelled against it; it combines all the dignity of fish-and-chip saloons with the popular appeal of bank buildings'."
- ↑ Gifford, Fife, page 218.
- ↑ Pride, Kingdom of Fife, page 87.