viceroy wrote:From "The Buildings of Scotland : Glasgow" -
"Further W, just into HUNTER STREET, a fine red sandstone ashlar tenement (nos. 202-04) by Monro & Son, 1903. The fine trophy of agricultural implements refers to the potato and seed merchants' warehouse to which it was originally attached."
That's the answer to your question, I think.
scotty wrote:Nice pics!
I see that Jas D Galloway sign every day on my travels to work from the train. (Good one for the 'signs' post too!) The North Clyde line to be exact.
Just out of interest does anyone know what that big piece of waste ground used to be between the sign and the railway? I noticed that theres an ond building still standing, you can't see it very well from maps.live.com but it looks like an old signal box.
Also just at that part there looks to be an old line which branches off and goes into a tunnel under the current line. Had a look at the tunnel post and can't work out if its on the map or not.
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