David Livingstone Centre, just shortly after the centre had opened. This photo dates from around 1930. Sitting on the wall are 2 children at David Livingstone Centre sitting on one of the newly constructed stone dyke walls. Behind is Shuttle Row birthplace of David Livingstone.
The area had undergone a huge transformation in those recent years which is why the building and walls look so new. Immediately behind the children would have been the old wash-house, which was circular shaped with a dove cot on the roof, demolished to make way for renovation of the centre. Had the renovation happened in modern years, I’m quite sure such old buildings and featured would have been retained.