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Architecture of Scotland

09 June 2009

1898 – Royal Hospital for Sick Children, Edinburgh

Architect: George Washington Browne

10 January 2011

1898 – St. Patrick’s Church, Dundee, Scotland

Architect: Thomas Martin Cappon “The drawing which we give to-day is from the Royal Academy. The church is seated for 800, while the presbytery contains accommodation for three priests — viz., dining-room, three...

09 June 2009

1898 – The Red House, Ayr

Architect: J.A. Morris

15 June 2010

1898 – Villa, West Kilbride, Ayrshire, Scotland

Architect: W.H. McLaughlan “This villa ia being built, for Mr. A.P. Blyth, of red stone from Ballochmyle quarry, Mauchline, and the roof is slated with green Elterwater slates, and red tiled ridges. The...

09 June 2009

1899 – Additions to Barochan House, Renfrewshire, Scotland

Architect: Charles Johnston “Our illustrations show extensive additions completed recently from the plans and under the supervision of Mr. Charles S. S. Johnston, architect, of Edinburgh, at Barochan House, Renfrewshire, one of the...

08 April 2011

1899 – Baltic Chambers, Glasgow

Architect: Duncan McNaughton Baltic Chambers comprises a substantial B listed red sandstone building extending over the basement, ground and five upper floors, surmounted by a pitched, tiled roof. “This block of buildings has...

07 March 2014

1899 – Central Bakery, Aberdeen

Architect: Brown & Watt “This building occupies a site on the west side of George-street, and extends westwards to a narrow lane, which separates it from the grounds of Gordon’s College . The...

09 June 2009

1899 – Christ Church, Morningside, Edinburgh

Architect: Hippolyte J. Blanc Described in 1883 as”0ne of the most graceful ecclesiastical structures in Edinburgh – the spire generally pronounced the finest-and reflects the very highest credit upon the architect, Mr Hippolyte...

01 April 2014

1899 – Drapery Warehouse, 231 George Street, Aberdeen

Architect: Brown & Watt Originally constructed for a local drapery firm, long out of business. Not as suggested on a wide open space but on a junction of two streets, one of which...