Many parts of Dundee have become unrecognisable in recent years due to demolition work and modernisation.
With winter well on its way, it is absolutely freezing outside.
With Halloween just past and Bonfire Night set to light up the skies tomorrow, we thought we would take a look at locals dressing up around the city through the years.
Road safety was the lesson for pupils at Dens Road Primary back in 1988.
Throughout the years there have been a number of martial arts classes held across the city.
Founded in 1939, the Dundee Rep has delighted local audiences with hundreds of shows over the past eight decades.
The Law is the highest point in Dundee and is hard to miss as you drive across the Tay Bridge towards the city.
We take a step down memory lane this week with images of the Keiller Centre.
Abertay University was created in 1994, under government legislation granting the title of University of Abertay Dundee to the Dundee Institute of technology.
Continuing to look back on the information which appeared in newspapers when local footballers signed for senior teams.
The Dundee Contemporary Arts (DCA) building opened on March 20 1999, the realisation of an idea of establishing a visual arts centre in the city.
From fighting crime in the streets, to training with firearms and body armour, this week we take another peek at the boys and girls in blue in Tayside.
Continuing our look back on the information which appeared in local newspapers when footballers from this area stepped up to the senior grade.
Dundee hospital life has changed dramatically in the past two centuries.
The excellent East Craigie JFC photograph which was used on February 16 didn’t have any names.
This Broughty Athletic JFC team photo was taken in January 1959. Back row (from left) – McLaughlan, S Donaldson, Fiddes, Inglis, Flight, Bowden Front row – Kearns, Dewar, Jeffrey, Rodger, Bertie. The young mascot is Peter Carver, who was aged 10 at the time.
Back in the late '70s and early '80s, it was one of Dundee’s go-to shopping destinations.
This photo dates from 1990, as the fashion sense probably indicates.
Definitive proof that Jim Henry played in a winning Black Trophy team has come from one of his victorious team-mates.
I told recently of Rangers signing two players called Smith with days of each other in 1966.