Many parts of Dundee have become unrecognisable in recent years due to demolition work and modernisation.
The Tele has 10 copies of our best-selling Dundee Memories Calendar 2019 to give away.
As Dundee undergoes a £1 billion redevelopment of its Waterfront – and regeneration work takes place in a number of other communities – parts of the city are virtually unrecognisable from a few years ago.
They first met as part of a bunch of happy pals who went to the swimming together — and now they’re celebrating 60 years of marriage.
Camperdown Park is a fantastic attraction for families that provides wide open green spaces and a safe environment for youngsters to play all year round.
This is the Fort Street junction when the Post Office Bar was still a post office and you didn’t need yellow lines all over the place because there were hardly any cars.
Wretched weather in preceding months meant there were fears the standards of exhibit at the 145th annual Dundee Horticultural Society show were going to be poor. Happily, the area’s amateur gardeners stormed back and came up with things like this monster onion — much admired by these chaps who were presumably judges.
Do you remember your school days? We hope you do and can help us solve a quandary.
We have 10 copies of our best-selling Dundee Memories Calendar 2018 to give away.