Dundee Railway Station plans approved but opposition remains [Courier]





Date: 22/01/2013

Plans for the new £14 million railway station concourse were approved by councillors last night. The six-storey building will have an imposing entrance hall, along with a ticket office, shop and hotel.


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Plans for the new £14 million railway station concourse were approved by councillors last night.

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There is a railway in there somewhere. The ongoing redevelopment of Dundee Waterfront makes the city's railhead look even less enticing than usual on 5 August 2012. The proposed rebuild will hopefully improve the station's appearance and environment for passengers and photographers alike.
Location: Dundee
Company: Tay Bridge and Associated Lines (North British Railway)
05/08/2012 Andrew Wilson
The waiting area at Dundee on 13 April. It can't really be called a concourse as it's behind the ticket barrier, so it's for travellers only. Behind the cafe is the Tay Cafe Bar, still referred to by its pre-trendy name of the Tay Bar in the BR era signs on the platform. There can't be may licensed premises that you effectively need a ticket to get into, reminiscent of the old 'bona fide travellers' rule!
Location: Dundee
Company: Tay Bridge and Associated Lines (North British Railway)
13/04/2011 David Panton
A class 47 brings an evening train from the south down the hill towards Dundee station in May 1987. The Tay Bridge can be seen in the left background, as can the maintenance control centre building standing on the site of the former Esplanade station.
Location: Dundee
Company: Tay Bridge and Associated Lines (North British Railway)
04/05/1987 John Furnevel