Retro regulars will be aware that I have put up quite a few air shots taken by my brother around 1974/75. Well there were half a dozen or so I wasn't going to bother about because the plane's wing cut across the image and made it awkward to crop. However, I have changed my mind as I reckoned they'd be better on the net than tucked away in a storage box at home out of view. So here's a wee bonus batch...
This one here is really good actually once you zoom into the large version.
On it you can see Seagate Bus Station with some yellow Alexander buses waiting there.
Across the road from the bus station was the Reo Stakis Olde Worlde Inn.
Moving east you can clearly see Allan Street, which at that time, on the corner of Seagate, had the Quarter Gill Bar.
On the other side of the road along from the Quarter Gill was the Tayside Bar. A path which was to be well trodden a few years later!
Further right, is the Corporation Bus Depot on Dock Street, and if you look closely you can see the transition from green buses to blue ones had just started.
Down at the bottom right of Victoria Dock is the Timber Yard.
These are just a few of the sights, I'm sure you'll be able to spot plenty others.
You can click on the photo to view the larger version, and once on, right click to save, then view it using the zoom on your PC.
I have a Dundee Directory from this same period, so can help name places should you be struggling!