MEMORIES: When Dundee had more railway stations

The enquiries booth at Tay Bridge Station

It’s a case of “all aboard” as The Dundonian takes another fascinating trip back in time.

With a new modern railway station entrance taking shape as part of city’s Waterfront redevelopment project, we thought we would delve into our archives to look for railway station snaps from days gone by.

We hope you enjoy this week’s selection.

A man retrieving his case from one of the left luggage lockers at Tay Bridge Station, Dundee, on 4 February 1959.
A view of a crowd ascending the steps at Dundee Taybridge Station
A train conductor standing by the entrance of Tay Bridge Station, Dundee.
Waiting at the enquiries booth in the new booking hall in Tay Birdge Station, Dundee, on 4 Febuary 1959.
A view of the old Dundee railway yards, on 17 October 1961.
A view of the West Station Clock, Dundee, taken on 11 May 1966.
The remaining ruins of the old Dundee West Station in May 1966.
A view of the old Dundee West Station View taken on 6 May 1965.
A general view of Dundee West Station and the street running beside it, as seen on 13 August 1959.
A view of Dundee West Station from the clock tower, with the Tay Bridge in the background taken on 6 May 1957.