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Old Dundee - Samuels Corner, High Street at Reform Street. Old Pictures, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Scotch Image, Dundee City, Scotland Travel, Travel Inspiration

Old Dundee Pictures – how times have changed!

Does anybody still meet their friends at Samuels in the city centre? Found this great picture in an “Old Dundee” Album (pics belong to Corinne). Well worth a look through the album amaz…

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News, Podcasts and more for the various communities in the city of Dundee Scotland

This classic Lochee pub has had many guises through the years. Here it is as The Ivanhoe in Then it was the Lochee Sports Club. Now it's Cox's Coffee Bar. Dundee City, Take The High Road, Get In The Mood, Historical Pictures, Old Photos, Scotland, Scenery, Street View, Bar

GALLERY: Can you remember these classic Dundee pubs? - Evening Telegraph

It's Friday and what better way to get in the mood for the weekend than a trip to the pub?

Nethergate Dundee, on left hand corner 103 Nethergate. behind which was Gellaty Square where my great geat grandparents lived in 1874 and where my great grandfather was born. Fish And Chips Restaurant, Dundee City, Deep Sea Fishing, Tower Bridge, Historical Photos, Family History, Great Britain, Old Photos, Notre Dame

Dundee The Deep Sea Fish and Chip restaurant.. Remember my mum taking me and my sister here in the 1970's as a treat...

Dundee City Square, January All these motorists were only allowed to park long enough to pay their road tax, then they had to drive off and find another spot somewhere. Dundee City, Nostalgic Pictures, Scotland History, Scotland Travel, Old City, Historical Photos, Glasgow, Great Britain, Old Photos

Scotland Now

IF you're a son or daughter of Scotland then our picture gallery of the country's history will warm your heart. Take a trip down memory lane and enjoy the incredible landmarks and events that shaped Scotland's history.

Cafe in the Old Baths. Used to get soup here when I was about 4 or 5 years old Dundee City, Family History, 5 Years, Baths, Childhood Memories, Scotland, Photographs, Old Things, Soup

Cafe in the Old Baths. Used to get soup here when I was about 4 or 5 years old 1970's

MV Scotscraig | The MV Scotscraig was built for the Dundee H… | Flickr Dundee City, Online Scrapbook, Newport, Geography, Brewery, Old Photos, Photographs, Ships, Memories

MV Scotscraig

The MV Scotscraig was built for the Dundee Harbour Trust for the Dundee to Newport ferry crossing. The contract price for building the ferry was reported to be £152,450. The Scotscraig was the fourth Caledon built ferry for the River Tay crossing, the others being the Newport II in 1910, William High (later the Sir William High) in 1924 and then the B L Nairn in 1929. The ferry was launched on 23 May 1951 by Mrs F J D Buist who was the wife of the Convenor of the Tay Ferries. The ferry was…

The former Polepark Tram Shelter on Lochee Road, Dundee - from just before its removal. Dundee City, Historical Pictures, Old Photos, Shelter, Scotland, Past, Scenery, Outdoor Decor, Retro

POLEPARK'S OLD TRAM SHELTER

I remember this old shelter from my schoolboy days in the 60s & 70s because my aunt and uncle lived just down the road from it. However, I ...

Dundee Baths where I used to paddle my feet at the side as I couldn't swim. Dundee City, Baths Interior, Historical Photos, Old Photos, Liverpool, Britain, Scotland, Tent, Swimming Pools

Dundee Baths where I used to paddle my feet at the side as I couldn't swim...