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- Category: A
- Date Added: 15/12/1970
- Local Authority: Glasgow
- Planning Authority: Glasgow
- Burgh: Glasgow
National Grid Reference
- NGR: NS 58401 65104
- Coordinates: 258401, 665104
Circa 1863. Tall classical warehouse, 3 storeys, basement and attic, 13 bays. Ashlar frontage, ground floor channelled, 3 outer bays shallow advanced, broad band course over ground floor gives base for Roman Doric pilasters supporting entablature with deep frieze into which attic windows inserted. Central arched entrance with consoled keystone; 2-leaf panelled door with wicket. Plain basement openings in
plinth with 1 shute in each outer block. All ground floor windows segmentally headed with voussoirs. 1st and 2nd floor windows linked in tall architraved and lugged frames with ramped heads; string course and aprons between 1st and 2nd. Bold entablature, with simplified triglyphs. Recessed parapet.
INTERIOR: basement cast-iron columns support brick vaulting; above cast-iron columns support double coupled timber beams and timber floors.
Statement of Special Interest
Built for Thomas Mann as grain and general freestores. Building demolished Spring 1995, facade retained.
J Hume, 1974, p.232. Worsdall: VICTORIAN CITY p 116. MD; MacAulay, THE BROOMIELAW, Dissertation Mackintosh School of Architecture. Gomme and
Walker 1968 p.291. Additional information courtesy of Iain Paterson, Glasgow City Council.
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