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Dundee's Howff Graveyard illuminated for the Christmas Light Night Event - By Steve Page Lighting Hire Services, www.dundeecentral.co.uk

Dundee's Howff Graveyard illuminated for the Christmas Light Night Event - By Steve Page Lighting Hire Services, www.dundeecentral.co.uk

The Birnam Oak (Quercus petrae) simply reeks of history.  “I will not be afraid of death and bane till Birnam Forest come to Dunisnane.” Macbeth, Act V, Scene III  The tree is believed to be part of the wood from which Malcolm's soldiers cut branches to disguise their attack on Macbeth at Dunsinane Hill, 15 miles to the south east. Today the gnarled and ancient oak certainly looks medieval – its lower branches rest wearily on crutches and the first 3 metres/ 10 ft of its trunk are hollow.

The Birnam Oak (Quercus petrae) simply reeks of history. “I will not be afraid of death and bane till Birnam Forest come to Dunisnane.” Macbeth, Act V, Scene III The tree is believed to be part of the wood from which Malcolm's soldiers cut branches to disguise their attack on Macbeth at Dunsinane Hill, 15 miles to the south east. Today the gnarled and ancient oak certainly looks medieval – its lower branches rest wearily on crutches and the first 3 metres/ 10 ft of its trunk are hollow.

West Port, Dundee. Round the corner of Temple Lane, Park Lane, Smalls Lane and Small Wynd home to my wife's family in the late 1890's to 1950's Brodie's, Montague and Gillan

West Port, Dundee. Round the corner of Temple Lane, Park Lane, Smalls Lane and Small Wynd home to my wife's family in the late 1890's to 1950's Brodie's, Montague and Gillan

Libberton's Wynd - One of the most fascinating of the Old Town closes - sadly it was demolished to make way for the George IV Bridge.

Libberton's Wynd - One of the most fascinating of the Old Town closes - sadly it was demolished to make way for the George IV Bridge.

Union Street, Dundee - Ref: WC0654  This photograph shows the southern end of Dundee's Union Street from the front of Caledonian Railway Station with Whitehall Crescent leading to the east and right.  It was probably taken in 1898, when demolition started in the area to make way for the improvements of Whitehall Crescent, including the erection of the new Tay Hotel, to designs by Robert Hunter, on the site occupied by Fairweathers.

Union Street, Dundee - Ref: WC0654 This photograph shows the southern end of Dundee's Union Street from the front of Caledonian Railway Station with Whitehall Crescent leading to the east and right. It was probably taken in 1898, when demolition started in the area to make way for the improvements of Whitehall Crescent, including the erection of the new Tay Hotel, to designs by Robert Hunter, on the site occupied by Fairweathers.

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