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Horse drawn parcel express in Commercial Street, Dundee. (from http://www.leisureandculturedundee.com/library/houdini )

Horse drawn parcel express in Commercial Street, Dundee. (from http://www.leisureandculturedundee.com/library/houdini )

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Lindsay Street and Overgate, Dundee.  This photograph shows the intersection of Lindsay Street and Overgate.  The corner building is John Burnett  Sons, family bakers, at No. 119 Overgate. Next door was A. Lamb, stationer, and then John S. McGregor, the furniture dealer.   To the right of the prominent tower of the Lindsay Street Works is Dundee's Court House, in Bell Street.

Lindsay Street and Overgate, Dundee. This photograph shows the intersection of Lindsay Street and Overgate. The corner building is John Burnett Sons, family bakers, at No. 119 Overgate. Next door was A. Lamb, stationer, and then John S. McGregor, the furniture dealer. To the right of the prominent tower of the Lindsay Street Works is Dundee's Court House, in Bell Street.

Houdini advertising in Dundee 1909.

Houdini advertising in Dundee 1909.

Constitution Road at Bell Street, Dundee.

Constitution Road at Bell Street, Dundee.

Bulawayo 1949 (The year I was born)

Bulawayo 1949 (The year I was born)

Maryfield tram shed in Dundee.

Maryfield tram shed in Dundee.

Railway Station, Bulawayo

Railway Station, Bulawayo

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High Street, Dundee - Ref: WC0240    Crichton Street leads southwards to the left of this photograph, which shows the join of High Street (the building bearing J. B. Hurrie's name) and Nethergate, as well as the top of Whitehall Street.    Hurrie, despite the road sign on the front of the shop, is always given in the Dundee Directory as Nethergate. The business moved to new premises in July 1888.

High Street, Dundee - Ref: WC0240 Crichton Street leads southwards to the left of this photograph, which shows the join of High Street (the building bearing J. B. Hurrie's name) and Nethergate, as well as the top of Whitehall Street. Hurrie, despite the road sign on the front of the shop, is always given in the Dundee Directory as Nethergate. The business moved to new premises in July 1888.

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