Listed Building

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99 CALDER STREET, KINGARTH LANE, CALDER STREET PUBLIC BATHS AND WASH HOUSELB33683

Status: Designated

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Summary

Category
B
Date Added
23/03/1992
Local Authority
Glasgow
Planning Authority
Glasgow
Burgh
Glasgow
NGR
NS 58369 62881
Coordinates
258369, 662881

Description

A B MacDonald, burgh surveyor, 1912-17 (dated 1914); public baths, with wash house - converted 1971 to laundrette - to rear entered from Kingarth street. Edwardian baroque. Good interier substantially entire. Red ashlar; long elevations; concealed roofs. Main front to Calder Street is symmetrical, 2 storeys over basement, tripartites at ground, paired pedimented doorcases each with oculus over; otherwise, square 1st floor openings; original glazing; deep entablature; iron railings with ashlar piers. Two top-lit swimming pools, with ferro-concrete arched ribs; door to Kingarth Street and series of segmental-arched lights.

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Information by courtesy of Buildings of Scotland research unit.

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