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70 AND 72 GLENCAIRN DRIVE, POLLOKSHIELDS BURGH HALL, INCLUDING LODGE AND GATEWAY TO MAXWELL PARK (Ref:33411)

This building is in the Glasgow, City Of Council and the Glasgow Burgh. It is a category A building and was listed on 15/12/1970.

Group Items: N/A, Group Cat: N/A, Map Ref: NS 568 630.

Description

H E Clifford, 1888-90 (1890 datestone) with additions and alterations by Thomas Somers, Office of Public Works, 1935. Elaborate Scots renaissance composition with burgh hall, park gate and lodge all included. All built of rock-faced red ashlar with sculptured detailing including dormer heads, polished dressings, slated and red-tiled roofs. HALL set in wooded garden, open to road; composed with dummy tower house at right (N), projecting low range to front with entrance right in gabled open porch with sculptured tympanum, oriel towards left derived from Earl's Palace, Kirkwall; gabled hall extreme left with long flank to driveway, windows with blocked arches, axial ventilator; some leaded glass.LODGE opposite park driveway, L-plan, tall 2-storey, shallow gables, roll-moulding, curved roof over low projetion in park; square GATEPIERS have pulvinated bands, pryamidal finials, screen walls.

Notes

Ornament includes masonic symbolism; Lodge 772 met in the lower hall. Upgraded B to A 13.5.93.

References

BA April 21 1893. Dean of Guild 1935/257 for alterations by Somers. Petition dated 14 June 1935, completed 6 December 1935. Additional information courtesy of Iain Paterson, City of Glasgow District Council.

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