Tayside from the Air

The following selection of aerial photographs of Tayside appear by kind permission of Iain Guthrie of Guthrie Aerial Photography, some of whose photographs appeared in the August 2007 edition of The Scots Magazine

RRS Discovery at Discovery Point, Dundee which was the site for the Tay Ferries prior to the opening of the now toll free Tay Road Bridge - PHOTO Guthrie Aerial Photography

Victoria and Camperdown Docks with the new shopping complex centre left.  The building occupied by the international bookshop chain, Borders, (to the west of the shopping complex) was deconstructed and rebuilt some distance back from its original site on Dock Street - PHOTO Guthrie Aerial Photography

Another view of Dundee Docks with Dock Street running diagonally across the centre of the picture - PHOTO Guthrie Aerial Photography

Oil Rig alongside at Dundee - PHOTO Guthrie Aerial Photography

While the Harbour Chambers remain, the rest of the area surrounding the docks has changed almost beyond recognition - PHOTO Guthrie Aerial Photography

Dundee's most famous icon - the Tay Bridge - PHOTO Guthrie Aerial Photography

Riverside Drive before the building in the centre of the picture was demolished and in 2007 - PHOTO Guthrie Aerial Photography

The Tay Road Bridge. Victoria and Camperdown Docks are now surrounded by retail outlets, an hotel and flats - PHOTO Guthrie Aerial Photography

City of Dundee - PHOTO Guthrie Aerial Photography

Arbroath - PHOTO Guthrie Aerial Photography

Montrose - PHOTO Guthrie Aerial Photography

Guthrie Aerial Photography's details are shown below:-

e-mail:- info@guthrieaerialphotography.co.uk   website:- www.guthrieaerialphotography.co.uk

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