Just in time for Christmas we are pleased to announce that we have added many more items to our online shop including many DMofT items, a wide range of transport-related books, a special five-visit ticket deal and special bundles to save you even more. Plus if you haven’t already joined you can add a membership at the same time!
On Sunday 8 June 2014 not only was Dundee Museum of Transport open as usual but we also were busy promoting it at two local events – WestFest and The Tayside Classic Car Club Show.
Some photos from both of these events have now been added to our Events Photos 2014 page.
Don’t forget that time is running out to submit entries for our own Motor Show on Saturday 10 August 2014 – click here for more information and to download an entry form.
Author Jack B. Reilly, in association with Dundee Museum of Transport, held a formal launch of his book “The Caledon Shipyard: the foundation, the people, the ships and its demise” on board HM Frigate Unicorn on Saturday 14 December 2013.
Such was the interest all first edition copies of the book were sold out but we are working to get more printed as soon as possible.
Photographs from this event are now available to view on our 2013 Event Photos page.
Further to recent posts seeking funding – see this post and this post – we are delighted to announce that author Jack B. Reilly, in association with Dundee Museum of Transport, is holding a formal launch of his book “The Caledon Shipyard: the foundation, the people, the ships and its demise”.
The event takes place on Saturday 14 December 2013 at 2pm on board HM Frigate Unicorn
, Victoria Dock, Dundee DD1 3BP. All are welcome and tea, coffee and light refreshments will be available.
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Further to this post in May 2013 we are delighted to announce that we have secured the necessary funding for “The Caledon Shipyard – The Foundation, The People, The Ships and its Demise” by Jack Reilly to be published.
In particular we would like to thank the following for their support in making sure this very important book can now be sent for printing:
William S. Phillips fund
Alexander Moncur Trust
D.C. Thomson Charitable Trust
Creative Scotland Quality Production Arts Programme
Dundee Museum of Transport is working hard to secure funding to pay for the publication of Jack Reilly’s incredibly detailed book “The Caledon Shipyard”.
Our target is to raise £10,000 and we have just managed to secure a donation of £1,000. This, along with two £2,000 donations, now means we are half-way there.
This book is an incredibly detailed history of a very important part of Dundee’s ship-building heritage and deserves to be read by as wide an audience as possible. See more images on the Scotland’s Places website
If you or someone you know may be willing to make a donation towards the remaining £5,000 then please get in touch. All our details are on the contact page
of our website.