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Latitude: 55.8781 / 55°52'41"N
Longitude: -4.3205 / 4°19'13"W
OS Eastings: 254927
OS Northings: 667432
OS Grid: NS549674
Mapcode National: GBR 05D.8L
Mapcode Global: WH3P1.LJT3
Entry Name: 64 Randolph Road, Marlborough Avenue, 4 Rowallan Lane, Broomhill Church and Halls (Church of Scotland)
Listing Date: 10 July 1989
Source: Historic Scotland
Source ID: 374211
Historic Scotland Designation Reference: LB32296
Building Class: Cultural
Electoral Ward: Victoria Park
Traditional County: Lanarkshire
Stewart and Paterson, 1902-5. 2nd pointed Gothic. Cruciform
plan, with aisled nave, SW tower. Bull-nosed masonry with
ashlar dressings. Buttresses boldly stepped to W. Plinth.
Geometrical tracery with cusping to main windows.
MAIN ENTRANCE TO W: simple ribbed pedimented moulded and
gabled entrance with nook shafts and 2-light narrow sidelights;
6-light traceried window above; vesica in gable head.
TOWER: 2 stage with spire, hoodmoulded, arched entrance
to S. 2-light window to E. Simple 2-light windows above.
Ashlar bellcote stage with clocks. Corbel table, panelled
shallow crenellated parapet. Tiled facetted needle spire
with flamboyant lucarnes.
ELEVATION TO S: projecting aisle with 2-light arched
windows. 3 3-light clerestory windows. Transept with 2
2-light arched windows. Entrance with niche above in E
INTERIOR: N arcade. Transept gallery. Narrow N aisle.
Waggon roof with corbelled pendants. Carved pulpit. Stained
glass E window.
HALLS: 4-bay single storey W section linking church to
halls with elliptically arched entrances in outer bays.
Simple 3-light W window of hall, cusped, taller central
window. 5-bay return to N: 4 2-light arched windows.
Projecting E gable with flat 3-light windows at 1st floor
in relieving arch. Central bellcote. Slate roof.
REAR ELEVATION OF HALLS INCLUDING CARETAKER'S HOUSE: 2
storeys. Corbelled oriel at 1st floor.
INTERIOR OF HALL: timber trussed roof.
Ecclesiastical building in use as such. Originally
Broomhill UF Church.
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