Map showing the coaching route, the 'Great Road' between the Forth and the Tay.
Map showing the original four ferry crossings on the Tay: Dundee-Balmerino; Dundee-Woodhaven; Dundee-Seamills (Newport); and Broughty Ferry-Ferryport-on-Craig (Tayport).
Map of the Newport - Tayport turnpike road, 'surveyed 1831 under direction of W. Blackadder by W. Baillie, Land Surveyor, Dundee'. Map is entitled 'Scotscraig'.
This map shows Tayfield Estate in 2011.
in 1842, plans were drawn up for a floating bridge, or chain ferry. It would cross from Craighead to Dundee harbour, almost the same line as the road bridge over 120 years later.
Map showing route of the Newport Railway, and other transport links.
Rather an alarming map showing the routes that civilians should follow in the event of a German invasion in World War II. From Newport and Wormit we should head to Gauldry and along the river to Newburgh. Invasion along the Fife coast, or indeed anywhere on the Scottish east coast, was quite possible for the ...