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Historic Angus railway sheds are to be transformed into housing after the residential scheme won the go-ahead from Angus planners.
(Permalink) Dundee and Newtyle Railway Newtyle Newtyle [1st] Planning


Newtyle [1st]: The Dundee end of the older Newtyle station in 1998 looking north. The approach via the [[Hatton incline]] is behind the camera.
Ewan Crawford //1998


Newtyle [1st]: North end of the original 1831 station at Newtyle in July 2007. View is west from Bulb Farm Road.
John Furnevel 12/07/2007


Newtyle [1st]: More than 100 years after closure, Newtyle (Old) station building survives in agricultural use in October 1974. The original Dundee-Newtyle route included three inclined planes which required stationa ...
Frank Spaven Collection (Courtesy David Spaven) /10/1974

Heritage chiefs have softened in their opposition to the housing conversion of the oldest original railway station buildings still standing in Scotland.
(Permalink) At risk Dundee and Newtyle Railway Newtyle Old Newtyle [1st]


Newtyle [1st]: Newtyle Old station east view. A short length of platform protrudes from the train shed.
Brian Forbes //2007


Newtyle [1st]: The Dundee end of the older Newtyle station in 1998 looking north. The approach via the [[Hatton incline]] is behind the camera.
Ewan Crawford //1998


Newtyle [1st]: More than 100 years after closure, Newtyle (Old) station building survives in agricultural use in October 1974. The original Dundee-Newtyle route included three inclined planes which required stationa ...
Frank Spaven Collection (Courtesy David Spaven) /10/1974

Plans are back on track to bring an important piece of Tayside railway history back into use as family homes. B-listed sheds at the end of what was the Dundee to Newtyle line are now at the centre of proposals to build six homes in what developers say will be a new micro community in the Angus village.
(Permalink) At risk Dundee and Newtyle Railway Newtyle Old Newtyle [1st]


Newtyle [1st]: The north end of the original Newtyle station showing the platform and building added to the right after conversion for goods. The building's gable end was also modified and offices on the east side d ...
Colin Martin 24/06/2017


Newtyle [1st]: The Dundee end of the older Newtyle station in 1998 looking north. The approach via the [[Hatton incline]] is behind the camera.
Ewan Crawford //1998


Newtyle [1st]: More than 100 years after closure, Newtyle (Old) station building survives in agricultural use in October 1974. The original Dundee-Newtyle route included three inclined planes which required stationa ...
Frank Spaven Collection (Courtesy David Spaven) /10/1974

Dundee Law boasts a tunnel which was carved though the hill in the early 19th century. Blocked up in the 1980s, there are hopes it might be given an exciting new lease of life, discovers Gayle Ritchie.
(Permalink) Dundee Law Dundee and Newtyle Railway Law Incline Law Tunnel


Law Incline: Three vintage bolts found by a householder in a garden to the east side of the former Law Incline (between Dundee Ward Road and the Law Tunnel). Suspected to be screw spikes or track fasteners. They'r ...
Ewan Crawford 27/03/2010

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