Report - Masonic Lodge, Dunfermline (July 2016)

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Emma Connor

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28DL Full Member
May 1, 2014
So after a really disappointing evening and having no luck getting into some other buildings myself, Tammi and our other friend Ellis decided to try a building a little closer to home.This building has been right on my doorstep for as long as i can remember and i always tend to forget about buildings so close to home because i see them so often. The whole lodge is pretty tiny and there is an upstairs which we unfortunately could not access but who knew there was such a beautiful room two seconds away from or workplace. I apologize for the crap photos. The whole place was in pitch darkness and none of us thought to take a torch with us.


Edwardian Masonic Lodge with extensions to south and west. Single storey with attic and basement, 3 bay semi-detached in ashlar sandstone with a classical style porch and three pedimented wallhead dormers. It is decorated with Masonic symbols. Set back and raised from street with entrance steps.

Overall cost circa £1200. Internal decoration designed by Andrew Samuel and executed by H Hoggan & Son, Dunfermline.

This lodge has since been boarded up and a new lodge next door is used for meetings.










Thanks for checking this out :)

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