National Geographic : 1936 Apr
LOW ROAD, HIGH ROAD, AROUND DUNDEE 553 Photograph by Maurice P. Dunlap SCOTTISH MILK TRAVELS ON FOOT, BY BIKE, AND IN A JOLTING CART Refrigeration of dairy products is little emphasized in Dundee. ported in large cans, behind a dobbin, and delivered into the pails of the milk can is unprotected from sun or dust. Wholesome milk is often trans the customers. Even in summer DRUIDS AND DRAGONS SHARE AN OBSCURE MONUMENT NEAR DUNDEE Indistinct in the twilight of Dundee's early history stand these old figures, like bearded, stone cold seraphs, whose feet even the two fire-breathing dragons below cannot warm. This carving is set into the wall of a crumbling ruin not far from Dundee.