Juarez's Going Home
Discovering Dundee - A Photo
Album Walk - Page 5
Nan and Stephanie starting off
at what was once the Howff where we had people buried, but is now the
Conshie Car Park, across the street from the Breadalbane Arms, which is
now, simple, "The Bread."
Nathan found a little bit of
Americana in a wrestling poster in the
pedestrian tunnel at the foot of the Conshie Brae.
A panoramic view of the
Wishart Arch as it is today and the converted flats alongside.
Too bad this is too dim to see the
wonderful stained glass window in the McManus Galleries commemorating
Dundeeís connections with the reformer, William Wishart.
Nathan, Xylia and "Young
Vic" at the McManus Galleries
I had Nathan and Xylia stand in
almost the same spot in Crichton Street when I, aged about 9, had to stand
there for a street photographer to take one of me. Iím going to put this
in a double frame with that little photo.
This postbox has to be the same
one in the same spot in Crichton Street when I was a lass, the initials on
it are GR, representing George Rex.
The Road and the Miles to
Dundee from the deck of the Discovery
Two cousins of the quayside of
the RRS Discovery
The Shipís Wheel
Discovery at Dusk
The Auld and New Brigs
from the deck of the Discovery
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