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This is what Dundee looked like in the 1990s


The 1990s were a transformative decade for Dundee, marked by a series of intriguing changes that shaped the city's identity and trajectory.


This period saw Dundee undergo significant urban redevelopment projects, revitalizing its infrastructure and enhancing its cultural landscape.


But what did the city look like in the 1990s? Well, with thanks to the University of Dundee Archive Services and Dundee City Archives, here is Dundee in the 1990s:


East Dock Street and City Quay



City Square



Northern Dundee



Southern Dundee



Overgate



Murraygate



Dundee Railway



Wellgate



Broughty Ferry



Clydesdale Bank Building



Olympia, RRS Discovery and Discovery Point



Nethergate



Camperdown Country Park



Stobsmuir Ponds



Balgay Park Pavilion



The Stack Leisure Park



Reform Street



Caird Hall



Dura Street



Broughty Ferry Harbour



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