Visit to the Old Maryfield Tram Depot – The New building for Dundee Museum of Transport

Week 4 podcast – Published on 24 March 2017

The 749 Club, Dundee Trams and the Maryfield Tram Depot

The 749 Club 

749 bus HES_Muesum_of_Transport_AR-620x372

749 Club members Neale and Ian discuss in the week 4 podcast what is involved in this fairly exclusive club. A clue to where the club got its name from can be seen in the picture above (Dundee Courier and Advertiser published 21.06.16)

The Royal Blue was the first purchase of the 749 Club.

The full unedited interview about the 749 Club

29 October 2015 Scotsman Newspaper Article about the History of Maryfield tram depot.

Scotsman Newspaper looks at the history of the Maryfield tram depot

04 November 2015 Dundee Evening Telegraph look at the move of Dundee Transport Museum to the former Maryfield Tram Depot.

Dundee Transport Museum set to move to Former Tram Depot

The Maryfield Tram Depot (Front)

Raw audio from the Tram Depot visit 22.03.17


The Maryfield Tram Depot (South Side)


Much renovation work is required at the new building that will be home to the transport museum. the Dundee Courier and Advertiser on 21 June 2016 covers successful grant application to assist with this work.

Modernisation Grants for Dundee Museum of Transport

Rear of Main Hall


Middle of Main Hall


Side Hall


Change facilities and Managers office (Upper Floor)


Original Tram Dual Control sign


Clock in Card Tray


Target Practice Wall ( Used in the second world war)


The original tram lines lead to the front doors of the building



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