Old buildings fan, ex-scientist, software dev, old cinemas buff, occasional boffin & cow-wrangler.
Too many books, too few bookshelves.
Co-Editor of @scottishcinemas and works at @archhfund
Tag Archives: heritage
Recently I was quoted in the Herald in an article about plans to remove Cessnock’s individual subway signs, amongst other changes in the modernisation of the system. Here’s the full text of what I wrote for future reference… The proposed … Continue reading
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The Edwardian Multi-Storey Car Park: Glasgow’s Botanic Gardens Garage
[This article was originally written for, and published in, the magazine of the Architectural Heritage Society of Scotland, in 2008. I bring the story up to date at the end…] The Botanic Gardens Garage is the oldest motor garage surviving … Continue reading