The Building Stones of Central Glasgow
Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI) West of Scotland Chapter, G4 0RF
Much of the stone used in the construction and cladding of the buildings in Glasgow was initially quarried in and around Glasgow before improvement in transport brought rock from further afield. This walk will discuss where the rock came from and also the geological age and environment which produced these rocks. Everyone on the tour will receive a booklet describing the walk.
Wed 18th, 10am; 90 mins
Meeting point: Walter Scott column, George Square
Booking essential - opens 1st September at 10am.
Please note this walk was advertised incorrectly in our brochure as being on Wed 12th.
Accessibility: Limited Access
Nearest Train/Subway: Queens Street station, Buchanan Street underground
Parking: limited parking in area