Here's a bit about the current building's history, from the RCAHMS website...
Two-storey, slate double-hipped roof with furrow, two by five bay workshop with lean-to. The lean-to appears to have been added sometime after 1913 according to map evidence..
This building is an interesting survival of a late 19th century workshop. 39 Otago Street is listed in the Post Office Glasgow Directory of 1896- 7 (p 373) as belonging to `McLintock, William, Joiner' and was subsequently listed as belonging to `A.McDonald & Co, Joiners' in the Post Office Glasgow Directory from 1909-1910 (p.411) until 1955 (p.1127). From that date, the premises are not listed in t he Post Office Directory for the following year and at least up until the mid 1970s. The building has probably survived due to its adaptability. It appears to have recently been in use as an `arts' studio and had a garage housed in the lean-to on the date of visit.
More (inc photos) athttp://www.rcahms.gov.uk/pls/portal/new ... ink=210135
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