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Hamilton Palace, the seat of the Dukes of Hamilton, built in was subsequently much enlarged. It was demolished in - Destruction of country houses in Britain - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Scottish Castles, English Castles, Grand Homes, England And Scotland, Scotland Country, Largest Countries, Abandoned Mansions, Abandoned Places, Country Estate
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Hamilton Palace was a large country house located north-east of Hamilton, South Lanarkshire, Scotland. The former seat of the Dukes of Hamilton, it was built in 1695 and subsequently much enlarged. The house was demolished in 1921 due to ground subsidence despite inadequate evidence for that. It is widely acknowledged as having been one of the grandest houses in Scotland.

Gartloch Insane Asylum opened in 1889 and closed in 1996 it was located near the village of Gartcosh. It has been redeveloped into a luxury village but the main admin building remains derelict, Location a few miles east of Glasgow, Scotland. Abandoned Churches, Abandoned Asylums, Abandoned Places, Mental Asylum, Insane Asylum, Working In Mental Health, Ghost House, Abandoned Hospital, Scary Places
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Gartloch Lunatic Asylum

Explore Michelle O'Connell Photography's photos on Flickr. Michelle O'Connell Photography has uploaded 22230 photos to Flickr.

Up and down the Waverley Steps. Old Town Edinburgh, Visit Edinburgh, Edinburgh Scotland, Scotland Travel, Derelict Buildings, Scottish Castles, Grandparents Day, Vintage Photographs, Back In The Day
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Waverley Steps, Edinburgh 1966

Princes Street, Edinburgh, Scotland Photo by Norman Parkinson (via Norman Parkinson Archive) Old Town Edinburgh, Edinburgh Scotland, Scotland Travel, Edinburgh Castle, Most Beautiful Cities, Beautiful Streets, Gothic Architecture, Portraits, British Isles
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Princes Street, Edinburgh, Scotland 1938

Princes Street, Edinburgh, Scotland 1938. Photo by Norman Parkinson (via Norman Parkinson Archive)

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The view to the east from The Scott Monument. Princes Street, Edinburgh. 1950

Grey day at the Waverley steps. Old Town Edinburgh, Edinburgh Scotland, Scotland Vacation, Derelict Buildings, Vintage Photographs, Historical Photos, Glasgow, Street View, City
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Princes Street, the Scott Monument and the Royal Institution, Edinburgh, 1858 Old Town Edinburgh, Visit Edinburgh, Edinburgh Scotland, Scotland Travel, Livingston, Photo Vintage, Vintage Photos, Old Pictures, Old Photos
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Princes Street, Edinburgh, Scotland. 1858.

 Peter's Seminary is a disused Roman Catholic seminary near Cardross, Argyll and Bute, Scotland. Catholic School, Contemporary Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Architecture Design, Derelict Places, Architecture Student, Brutalist, Design Firms, Architects
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St. Peter's Seminary - Cardross - January 2013

St. Peter's Seminary - Cardross St. Peter's Seminary is a disused Roman Catholic seminary near Cardross, Argyll and Bute, Scotland. Designed by the firm...

bluecote: “st peter’s seminary, cardross gillespie, kidd & coia CQ ” Post Modern Architecture, Space Architecture, Modern Buildings, Residential Architecture, Le Corbusier, Design Museum, Ranch Style, Brutalist, Architects
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Gillespie, Kidd & Coia, St. Peter’s Seminary, Cardross

70 Amazing Color Snaps That Capture Street Scenes of Edinburgh, Scotland in the Early ~ vintage everyday Old Town Edinburgh, Edinburgh Restaurants, Thailand Travel, Bangkok Thailand, Hawaii Travel, Italy Travel, Edinburgh Scotland, Nightlife Travel, London Travel
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Waverley Station from South St. Andrew Street. 1963

Gartloch Insane Asylum, Glasgow Haunted Highlands: 7 Abandoned Wonders of Scotland Old Abandoned Buildings, Abandoned Asylums, Abandoned Castles, Old Buildings, Abandoned Places, Beautiful Architecture, Beautiful Buildings, Beautiful Places, Spooky Places

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Gartloch Insane Asylum,with tales still to tell as ghost hunters investigate.Haunted Highlands Wonders of Scotland www.deadlive.co.uk

Avanti Architects and ERZ landscape architects have revealed these plans to save the crumbling ruin of Gillespie, Kidd & Coia’s 1966 St Peter’s Seminary in Cardross, from Glasgow Life After Death, Glasgow School Of Art, Tower House, Old Mansions, Beautiful Architecture, Modern Architecture, Brutalist, Modern Buildings, Walking Tour
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St Peter's College, Cardross - Glasgow School of Art: Archives & Collections

Photograph of St Peter's College from the Gillespie, Kidd & Coia Archive in the Glasgow School of Art Archives and Collections (Archive reference: GKC/CC/2/1/17)

Photos, sketches, tables and plans of the New Town of Cumbernauld, Scotland. Taken from the JR James Slide Collection. Brutalist Buildings, Modern Buildings, Modern Architecture, Council Estate, University Of Westminster, University Of Sheffield, Tower Block, Sense Of Place, Slums

The era of radical concrete

A collection of images from the 1960s and 1970s provides a treasure trove for reassessing a vilified era of town planning.

THIS multi-storey building will be instantly recognisable for thousands of readers. It is Centre 1 in East Kilbride and, as is always the case in… Multi Storey Building, Council Estate, New Topographics, Make Way, Sense Of Place, Slums, History Facts, Modern Classic, Glasgow
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Memories: Centre 1 in East Kilbride in 1972

THIS multi-storey building will be instantly recognisable for thousands of readers. It is Centre 1 in East Kilbride and, as is always the case in…

Wishart Arch | Dundee became a walled city in 1545. After th… | Flickr Walled City, Dundee, Great Britain, Old Photos, Scotland, Arch, History, Old Pictures, Longbow
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Wishart Arch

Dundee became a walled city in 1545. After the Battle of Culloden in 1746, the Town Council issued an order to dismantle the town walls except the "Cowgait Port", which was to be kept as a memorial. On 02 September 1913 a proposal was put forward to demolish the Wishart Arch but was rejected. Ref: M05-BW323-002

Tour Scotland Photographs: Old photograph of the Neilson Institute in Paisley by Glasgow, Scotland. The John Neilson Educational Institution at Oakshawhead, Paisley, opened to pupils in April John Neilson was a Paisley grocer who died in 1839 Important People In History, Paisley Scotland, Old Photographs, Photos, Old Pictures, Taj Mahal, Old Things, Around The Worlds, Tours

Old Photograph Neilson Institute Paisley Scotland

Old photograph of the Neilson Institute in Paisley by Glasgow, Scotland. The John Neilson Educational Institution at Oakshawhead, Paisley, opened to pupils in April 1852. John Neilson was a Paisley grocer who died in 1839, aged 61, and was buried in Paisley Abbey. John Neilson's will directed a large portion of his wealth to be used to build a school and to establish a fund to finance the education of boys who would not otherwise be able to afford an education. His nephew, Archibald Gardner…