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Dundee Gallery

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Dundee, Scotland, United Kingdom in Europe

Choose from 420 pictures in our Dundee collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Australia/Paul Hogan/Dundee Featured Dundee Print

Australia/Paul Hogan/Dundee

Australian actor Paul Hogan made famous by his on-screen character "Crocodile Dundee". * Rodney William Ansell, who was Australia's original "Crocodile Dundee" was shot dead by police in the Northern Territory in Australia on Tuesday 3 August 1999, following a gun battle in which Ansell shot dead a police officer. Paul Hogan starred in the movie which was based on the real life of Ansell

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Dundee Featured Dundee Print

Dundee

A general view of the city of Dundee, showing blocks of high rise flats under construction. Dundee is most famous for its jute industry which began as a by-product of 18th-century whaling when it was discovered that mixing whale oil with raw jute enabled workers to spin the fibre into fabric. The textile industry flourished in Dundee and at its peak employed 50,000 people. The area around the city is used for fruit growing, which is the foundation for a thriving jam industry founded by Mrs Keiller, who began making the famous Dundee marmalade in 1797. Captain Scott?s ship ?Discovery? was built in the local shipyards on Tayside for its journey to the Antarctic in 1901 and has recently been restored for the city to display in dry dock as a tourist attraction. (Photo by Fox Photos/Getty Images)

Chimney Pots Featured Dundee Print

Chimney Pots

25th June 1955: A view of chimney pots on the roof tops of houses in Dundee. Dundee, situated on the banks of the dSilvery Tayf, is linked to Fife and the south of Scotland by a road bridge, opened in 1966, and a rail bridge finished in 1897 to replace the one which collapsed during a storm in 1879. Dundee is most famous for its jute industry which began as a by-product of whaling in the eighteenth century when it was discovered that the whale oil mixed with raw jute enabled workers to spin the fibre into fabric. The textile industry flourished in Dundee and at its peak employed 50, 000 people. The area around the city is used for fruit growing which is the foundation for a thriving jam industry founded in 1797 by Mrs Keiller, who began making the famous Dundee marmalade. Captain Scottfs ship dDiscoveryf was built in the local shipyards on Tayside for its journey to the Antarctic in 1901 and has recently been restored for the city to display in dry dock as a tourist attraction. Original Publication: Picture Post - 7819 - Dundee, The Uncompromising - pub. 1955 (Photo by John Murray/Picture Post/Getty Images)