Castle Street, Dundee

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Where: 62-66 Castle St, Dundee DD5, UK

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James Valentine

about 1876

Accession no. PGP R 734
Medium Albumen print
Size 17.9 x 11.5 cm
Credit Gift of Mrs. Riddell in memory of Peter Fletcher Riddell, 1985

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Owner: National Galleries of Scotland Commons
Source: Flickr Commons
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    My Symbiosis

    • 15/Jan/2009 03:30:25

    Nice to see old Dundee! I sure loved garden plots, and the love of gardening when I visited.

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    Hello, I am Bruce

    • 27/Jan/2009 10:52:44

    Looks like it was taken from about geo:lat=56.465999 geo:lon=-2.863304 Looking northeast towards Panmure Street. So according to the aerial photo on Google Maps, the buildings on the left of the road have been demolished.

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    Philzee,

    • 17/Aug/2009 09:35:12

    neither of the above comments match this photo?. It's amazing to see how wide the street looked back then, it is so narrow nowadays.

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    das auge ! off

    • 06/Feb/2010 19:24:56

    NO cars I LOVE IT : O)

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    Kombizz

    • 20/Sep/2012 07:34:28

    good one

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    ardlerknight2010

    • 16/Jan/2013 15:37:52

    Its nothing near Panmure Street Bruce. Its Castle Street looking north to the High Street prior to the demolition of the Trades Hall, I am developing a habit of correcting wrong descriptions.

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    beija-flor2013

    • 17/Feb/2013 20:48:19

    Lindíssima

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    pinkbuildingphotography

    • 27/Sep/2014 09:51:51

    Has not changed that much, however it does seem narrower now. Maybe it is the darker colour of the buildings from pollution.