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Langside Halls, Glasgow
This impressive building sits at a corner of Queens Park.  It was designed in 1847 by John Gibson as the The National Bank of Scotland in Queen Street in Glasgow.  But in 1902/03 at a cost of 18,000 it was dismantled from its city centre location and rebuilt here.  Today it is used as public halls. [url=http://www.streetmap.co.uk/map.srf?X=257426&Y=662161&A=Y&Z=120/] Map location. [/url]
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Langside Halls, Glasgow

This impressive building sits at a corner of Queens Park. It was designed in 1847 by John Gibson as the The National Bank of Scotland in Queen Street in Glasgow. But in 1902/03 at a cost of 18,000 it was dismantled from its city centre location and rebuilt here. Today it is used as public halls. Map location.

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