A closed meagre subset of $[0,1]$ is either countable or homeomorphic to the Cantor set: either way it is $0$-dimensional.
Q.1. Is every closed meagre subset of an $n$-dimensional locally compact Hausdorff space of dimension $\le n-1$ (for $n\ge 1$)?
Q.2. If so, is there anything unusual about meagre sets in $0$-dimensional and infinite-dimensional spaces in which closed meagre sets can have dimension equal to the dimension of the whole space (one would think that meagre sets might be 'fatter' in some sense in these cases)?
Q.3. Is there a simple example of an uncountable closed meagre subset of the Cantor set?