Tuesday, 27 June 2017
Old Photograph King's Park Parish Church Glasgow Scotland
Old photograph of King's Park Parish Church, 242 Castlemilk Road, Glasgow, Scotland. Red brick with stone facings, Romanesque in style by Hutton and Taylor, 1932. An innovation in church design specially evolved through architectural competition promoted by the Presbytery of Glasgow. Notable collection of stained glass windows by Sadie McLellan, Gordon Webster, Douglas Hamilton, Eilidh Keith and others. Set in a pleasant small garden. Floodlit as part of City of Light project.
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