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This building is in the Glasgow Council and the Glasgow Burgh. It is a category A building and was listed on 22/08/1984.

Group Items: N/A, Group Cat: N/A, Map Ref: NS 5341 6691.


J Galt architect, 1913-14. Steel framed, brick and

glass building modelled on Peter Behren's A E G

Turbine Factory in Berlin (1909). Tall, 13-bay main

shop frontage onto river. Flattened mansard roof to

main section with substantial flat-roofed range on E

elevation. Gable-ends glazed (with entrance at ground)

upper windows divided from lower by broad brick band,

gable head, with lunettes, overhangs lower elevation.

Large arched entrance in W end of flat-roofed section.

Areas between steel frames glazed.

INTERIOR: large central aisle with gallery at E. Steel

frame pivoted at base and at gallery level at E to

allow for movement in this structure. Supporting

light-weight lattic roof trusses in mansard form and

glazed roof formerly with sliding roof panels. Fish

bellied travelling cranes. Various large machine tools

including a planer. Painted mustard yellow 1984.



Hume, THE INDUSTRIAL ARCHAEOLOGY OF SOCTLAND 1976 vol 1, p.167. Hume, 1974, p.284.

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