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CADZOW STREET, 92, 94LB34503

Status: Designated


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Date Added
Local Authority
South Lanarkshire
Planning Authority
South Lanarkshire
NS 72332 55638
272332, 655638


Bonn of Babtie & Bonn, structural engineers 1903,

designed in conjunction with adjoining Cadzow Bridge

reconstruction. Large commercial building with

continental (mainly Parisian and Viennese) modern

movement motifs. Approximately square plan with splayed

N angle, 2-storey and dormerless attic above Bridge

level, 4 low storeys beneath, red ashlar above Bridge

level, bullfaced snecked rubble with ashlar dressings

beneath. Cadzow Street frontage 3 wide keyblocked

segmental arches linked by segment headed doorways

ground floor, traceried segments and centre mullions at

large openings, fine modern movement iron gates at

pend in right hand bay; channelled spandrels and angle

pilasters, plain 5-window ashlar 1st-floor with

continous art deco type iron balcony: NW frontage to

bridge 3-bay above Bridge level, outer bays similar

treatment, centre bay unchannelled and framed in

octagonal shafts arch similar but keyblock integrated

with sculptured corbelling of semi-elliptical centre

balcony, 3 windows with bowed lintels at 1st shield and

shallow relief sculpture at centre, circular attic

window above in combination of straight and semi

circular gables with sculpture at top; substructure has

triplets of small square windows flanking square

stairway projection, rusticated lunette arch at base,

and bow at top to front massive cantilevered balcony

NW flank, flyover from Cadzow Bridge; I window splayed

angle; and rear frontage of snecked rubble with ashlar

dressings. 2 wide arches flanking segment headed window

at bridge level, 5 window above. Piended slated roof,

brick chimneys.

Statement of Special Interest

Built for Prov<> Henry Keith

A group with Cadzow Bridge, Municipal Building and 105




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