Charters generally aren't that interesting to many people. They are large and difficult to read - both in terms of writing style and language. The legal language until the 18th century was Latin, and very few people can read it today. But even then once translated, the style of writing is often long winded and... Continue Reading →
Read more about the submarine base established at Dundee Harbour - the first of its kind in Scotland.
This month David shares with his experiences of volunteering at Dundee City Archives and the some interesting photographs he found in the Caledon Shipyard archive.
Camperdown Docks were built in the 1860s. Despite some classic Victorian engineering, it did not all go to plan...
125 years ago four ships set sail from Dundee to the Antarctic in search of whales. But what else did they find?