54 St Andrew’s Square, G1 5PR
1903, Alexander Beith McDonald
A unique chance to see this historic court, prison and police station prior to renovation.
This building has played a central role in Glasgow's twentieth century history as the headquarters of the Glasgow City Police, from the tumultuous events of the 1914 "Battle of Glasgow" with the Suffragette movement (Emmeline Pankhurst was held here) and the 1919 "Battle of George Square" to the more day-to-day role of a district court room and recently as a filming destination for many historic dramas. The building will begin its renovation in late 2018 and this represents a chance to see it before this process begins.
Tours: Sat-Sun 10am & 12pm; 45 minutes
Saturday 15th September 10am
Saturday 15th September 12pm
Sunday 16th September 10am
Sunday 16th September 12pm
Parking info: On street metered parking
Accessibility: Steps to entrance, staircase to open areas, uneven floors, poor visibility.
Specific areas of building only open, all under supervision, stout footwear necessary.
Glasgow Building Preservation Trust
Wellpark Enterprise Centre
120 Sydney Street, Glasgow
Registered Company Number: SC079721
Scottish Charity Number: SC015443