Listed Building

The legal part of the listing is the address/name of site only. All other information in the record is not statutory.

SANDBANK STREET, MARYHILL HIGH CHURCH, (CHURCH OF SCOTLAND) AND HALLS TO 7 ARAY STREETLB32357

Status: Removed

Documents

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Summary

Category
C
Date Added
10/07/1989
Date Removed:
02/10/2017
Local Authority
Glasgow
Planning Authority
Glasgow
Burgh
Glasgow
NGR
NS 56667 68963
Coordinates
256667, 668963

Removal Reason

The building no longer meets the criteria for listing.

Description

Charles Wilson, architect; 1848. Spire 1859. Cruciform

church with tower in SE re-entrant angle. Stugged coursed

ashlar with polished margins and quoins.

Nave with 3 hood-moulded lancets to E end; gablet portal with

pointed arch doorway and nook shafts. Aisles with plain

lancets. Transepts with 3 shouldered windows to ground,

large Y-tracery window above. At W church adjoins hall

buildings. Slate roofs, skews, diamond stacks to W.

Tower in 3 stages; square to ground; octagonal to middle

stage with louvred lancets; lucarnes to top stage with

facetted spire rising above.

INTERIOR: narthex gives access to nave and to gallery stairs

in aisles. Gallery with oak panelled front to transepts

and E end of nave supported on cast-iron columns. Organ

in reredos with pulpit and war memorials. Carved oak

communion table and font; vaulted ceiling with ribs at

crossing. Extensive hall and vestry accommodation to rear

in stugged ashlar with polished margins.

Statement of Special Interest

Ecclesiastical building no longer in use as such; originally Free Church.

References

Bibliography

Information by courtesy of the Buildings of Scotland

Research Unit.

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Images

Former Maryhill High Church and Halls with green hedge in foreground and cars to left on grey overcast day.

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