Toby Dammit wrote:There is an almost identical one in Dalmuir Park, though with less "spindly" columns.
Currently painted a rather lurid gold, as you can see. I know there is another structure cast in the same pattern elsewhere in the city, but I can't remember for the life of me where now. That makes three of these gorgous awnings. Until recently the Dalmiur Park one featured a large, Minervian Owl as a centerpiece under the cupola, but it got nicked, last summer I think.
crusty_bint wrote:Ally Doll wrote:
Snapped this at the traffic lights this morning - what is it? For why? And, more importantly, how long til some neds pinch it and roll it home?
I wrote:I don't know if it's a result of official policy experiment or simply neglect, but the tolerance of graffiti around the new skate park in KG has proven to be a mistake, I think. For every Rouge One, there's a hundred kiddie taggers who perceive the lax attitude as an invitation to move onto, for example, defacing the Stewart Memorial Fountain. The Parks department could do with reading about Broken Window theory:
If the fountain was maintained, regularly switched on (as it has been on a few occasions over the past 2 summers - it's in fully working order) it would be seen as an asset, rather than a totem of decay, and the vandals might even think twice before defacing it again.
Squigster wrote:Are there any working drinking water "fountains" in the west end. I seem to remember there being one in Kelvingrove Park near Park Road. Botanics?
crusty_bint wrote:Were they not all made defunct after/during/as a result of the the AIDS paranoia of the 80s?
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