3 edition of Facelifting Glasgow"s older buildings found in the catalog.
Facelifting Glasgow"s older buildings
New Glasgow Society.
1973 by New Glasgow Society in conjunction with the Scottish Civic Trust"s "Facelift Glasgow" in Glasgow (33 St Vincent Cres., Glasgow G3 8NG) .
Written in English
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Scotland’s most visited attraction is a magnificent building with 22 themed, state-of-the-art galleries displaying an astonishing objects. The internationally significant collections are extensive and wide-ranging, covering natural history, arms and armour, art from many art movements and periods of history, and m. University of Glasgow. In the University of Glasgow was founded by Papal Bull and established in religious buildings in the precincts of Glasgow Cathedral. By the start of the 16th century, Glasgow had become an important religious and academic city and by the 17th century the university had moved from the cathedral precincts to its own building in the High Street. A Batsford Book called Victorian and Edwardian Glasgow by Maurice Lindsay. This book is in first class condition and is stackit foo Glasgows greatest years in the 19th Century and is bustling with portraits of splendid buildings, street scenes, and every day domestic life. C.
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AT RISK BUILDINGS Sinceroughly Glasgow buildings have been saved for every 1 lost to demolition. in total have been recorded as saved. 48% of all buildings on the register are within conservation areas.
Which means 52% aren’t. Should we be trying to save buildings which are unlisted and outside of conservation areas?File Size: 6MB. Smoke billows from the chimneys of old four-storey tenement houses. They were buildings that served two primary purposes.
The first was that they satisfied the demand placed on the city by the sharp rise in Glasgow’s population with the Industrial Revolution. And second, they were built with longevity in mind.
The Rennie Mackintosh Station Hotel – named after one of Glasgow’s most famous artists and architects – is one of only two buildings to have survived from the now buried Grahamston Village, a small residential and commercial area that was demolished and covered to make way for the building of Central : Alice Hinds.
As with all of the Buildings of Scotland volumes, this wonderful book (just 5 x 9 x inches) fits neatly into a bag or rucksack, yet has pages of detail, is stoutly bound for frequent use, and briefly describes every notable building in the city of Glasgow, giving the name of the architect and any special architectural features to look out for/5(6).
There’s a library, and then there’s Mitchell Library. This Edwardian Baroque temple of books was established inand boasts a vast array of windows, columns and a splendid bronze domed roof with ornate detailing. Perched atop this divine dome is Literature (or Minerva, the Roman goddess of wisdom), Author: Tori Chalmers.
A quarter of Glasgow’s high-rises have been demolished in less than 10 years. Throughout that time, Chris Leslie has photographed and filmed the condemned housing schemes of his home city for Author: Chris Leslie.
The Luma Tower is a residential building and former factory in the Greater Govan area of Glasgow, Scotland. It is famous as one of the best preserved examples of Art Deco architecture in the city.
It has been protected as a category B listed building since pins. Properties for sale in Glasgow, City of Glasgow from Savills, world leading estate agents. From country estates to city apartments, your ideal property is just a click away.
The former Partick Police Station and its associated courtrooms were built inshortly after Partick had become a Police Burgh. The building, which is situated at the corner of Anderson Street and Gullane Street, also provided the administrative chambers for the fledgling council until the Partick Burgh Hall was built in One of the oldest buildings in the city.
The Tron Steeple, built in the ’s, is one of Glasgow’s most iconic buildings. In a past life it was used to weigh and tax all goods which had travelled up the Clyde. Tron was an old Scots/Norman word for. Facing the River Clyde, this building is a throwback to Glasgow's earlier history as a great trading port.
It is one of the oldest buildings in the city centre, dating fromalthough the side wings are later additions to the classical façade. It was designed and built "in house" by HM Customs.
The first book looked at Edinburgh's Post-war Listed Buildings and was published in As of 9 May there are post-war listed buildings in Scotland. Broken down by category there are 45 Cat A, Cat B and 48 Cat C(S). Powerful Photos Of Life in the Old Glasgow Tenement Blocks – From tophotographer Nick Hedges took pictures of life in the old Glasgow tenement blocks.
Nick was hired by housing charity Shelter to travel round England and Scotland documenting the lives of families living in slum and squalor. “Drained walls” have multiple layers with drainage spaces and drainage layers located behind an “exterior screen” or “cladding.” The are typically wood frame or steel frame and have a drainage plane such as a building wrap (“tar-paper” in the old days) behind a brick layer, or a metal cladding or a wood-based siding.
“The area lost a huge amount of its older buildings to make way for a motorway that was never built.” The Derelict Glasgow exhibition is at Author: Cordelia O'neill. GLASGOW 'S FORGOTTEN VILLAGE - THE GRAHAMSTON STORY.
What is it about. Grahamston vanished beneath the foundations of Glasgow Central Station more than years ago, but its memory lives on in buildings, in street patterns and not least in the urban legend of an abandoned village beneath the platforms of Scotland ’s busiest station.
Glasgows Industrial Heritage. This year we are aligning with the European Year of Industrial and Technical Heritage.
Find out all about the Industrial Heritage of Glasgow through series of events. Weve pulled together some of our top picks and below there is a list of all Industrial Heritage Themed Buildings and Events: Top Picks.
Architecture Glasgow: This website is a personal photographic record of the architecture of Glasgow, non-profit and entirely independent. The site features buildings, old, new, decaying, under construction or demolition all across Glasgow. Also included are structures such as the Titan cranes and vernacular buildings such as the numerous.
Old Glasgow pubs are more than just drinking establishments. They are historic landmarks, the focal points for special occasions. In the past, the meeting places for the city’s merchants, tobacco lords and many Glasgow societies.
The oldest established businesses in the city are pubs, occupying prominent sites throughout the city. In short. Life in the Gorbals: Photos reveal the brutal reality of Glasgow's s slums wh Scots existed in some of the worst conditions of post-war Europe.
Tenement blocks sprang up in s to. This List of tallest buildings in Glasgow includes built and planned high-rise buildings in Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom. Faced with crippling housing shortages and overcrowding in the immediate post-war period, the city undertook the building of multi-storey housing in tower blocks in the s and early s on a grand scale, which led to Glasgow becoming the.
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Last Post and Latest Poster Info. #N#Glasgow News Blog. Discussions and opinions about selected local news. Please stay on-topic. Mungo's Cathedral, also known as the High Kirk and Glasgow Cathedral, is the oldest building in Glasgow and is an example of Scottish Gothic architecture.
The vast majority of the city as seen today dates from the 19th century. Old Clydeside Expressway Construction book For our first Inside the Attic update, I've decided to post the contents a small guidebook on the Construction of the Clydeside Expressway.
Hopefully thils may interest some, feel free to comment with any questions ect. Set in Glasgow and only miles from Glasgow Science Centre, Glasgow's City Centre Refined 3 bedroom apartment offers accommodation with river views, free WiFi and free private parking.
With city views, this accommodation provides a balcony/10(). The old station building, just before the towers were demolished following a fire (Photo: Ben Brooksbank / Wikimedia Commons) Luckily, no one was. Grahamston is a forgotten piece of Glasgow history.
It vanished beneath the foundations of Glasgow Central Station more than years ago, but its memory lives on in buildings, in street patterns and not least in the urban legend of an abandoned village beneath the platforms of Scotland’s busiest railway station.
Glasgow in 50 Buildings. 16 likes. Glasgow in 50 Buildings is a book by Michael Meighan. Here are some of the buildings to be covered. The old North British Hotel - once home to shipping magnate and art collector William Burrell - has stood on Glasgow's premier civic space for more than two centuries.
Now renamed the Author: David Leask. Overview A Ragged School in Cowcaddens first came into existence in It was founded by a young man called Jacob Wakefield MacGill (), who had been inspired by the work of Thomas Guthrie.
He had been encouraged to begin working in the area by Rev. Dr Norman MacLeod at the end of the 's. Norman MacLeod () was a famous minister in.
Next they'll be telling us that bricks make buildings and wheels go on cars Sat 29 Jun EDT First published on Sat 29 Jun EDT Share on FacebookAuthor: Kevin Mckenna. The old aphorism says that "history is written by the victors". I was thinking about this after recently reading a book on the history of the Greek city of Thessaloniki.
This tells the story of the Ottomans, Muslims and Jews that for centuries made up the majority of the population of what is now a decidedly Greek : Glasgow Punter.
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See more ideas about Glasgow, Glasgow scotland and Scotland pins. A short history of Glasgow's oldest pubs The Old College Bar is one of several establishments to claim the title of oldest in Glasgow.
A plaque above its door proclaims it as “Glasgow’s. There stunning black-and-white photographs show Scotland’s biggest city before demolition changed its landscape forever. The pictures of the Gorbals in Glasgow were taken by English actor Steven Author: Gordon Robertson.
Buchanan Street was named after Andrew Buchanan, a Tobacco Lord, who envisioned that Glasgow would spread westward. With this in mind, on the 15th of February,he acquired the first portion of “five acres or thereby of ground in the Burgh of Glasgow, in the part called Palezeon’s Croft, on the North side of Argyle Street, with plots or steadings for building.
Glasgow's best book shops. pick up some old hardback fiction here, make the short walk to the Inn Deep bar at Great Western Author: Niki Boyle.
Statues of liberty: Glasgow in stone. in streets full of old buildings that were dedicated to commerce or the law. The book - most of the photographs were taken by Barbour, a. The Glasgow Subway is an underground Medium-capacity rail system line in Glasgow, on 14 Decemberit is the third-oldest underground metro system in the world after the London Underground and the Budapest Metro.
It is also one of the very few railways in the world with a track running gauge of 4 ft (1, mm).Formerly a cable railway, Locale: Glasgow, Scotland. SITE OF FARMHOUSE BUILDINGS Across the pedestrian swing bridge, the modern housing on a narrow slip of land between the railway and the canal was the site of an old farmhouse.
TEMPLE SAW MILLS Robinson, Dunn and Company’s Temple Saw Mills were active between and the s on the far side, just before the spot.It is a grade two listed building as it has a mark in history and a wonderful story which can be researched online.
I am an avid collector of antiques which are scattered about the house. For the last thirty years i have endeavoured to retain this piece of glasgows historic architecture/10(17). As I’ve been expanding our Scotland coverage for the upcoming Rick Steves Scotland guidebook, it’s been a pleasure to revisit some places that we now have enough space to cover in more of the best examples is Glasgow.
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