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This is what Dundee looked like in the 1960s

Dundee's skyline in the 1960s. (Picture: University of Dundee Archive Services)

Dundee has changed significantly since the 1960s, but going back in time to see what it was like is pretty cool. It was around this decade that the city saw some significant changes, the Tay Road Bridge opened, the Royal Arch was demolished and the Tram era came to an end.


With pictures from the University of Dundee Archive Services, here is how Dundee looked way back 60 years ago in the 1960s.


The Old Steeple and City Churches



Broughty Castle



Dundee Railway Station



City Square at Christmas



Dundee Law


HMS Unicorn



The Angus Hotel



Tay Road Bridge



Tay Rail Bridge and River Tay



Perth Road



Hilltown



Nethergate



Victoria Dock



University of Dundee Tower Building



High Street



West Port



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