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Exhibition Hall, 38 Dixon Avenue, Glasgow

A Category B Listed Building in Glasgow, Glasgow

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Coordinates

Latitude: 55.8348 / 55°50'5"N

Longitude: -4.2627 / 4°15'45"W

OS Eastings: 258385

OS Northings: 662486

OS Grid: NS583624

Mapcode National: GBR 0JX.Z4

Mapcode Global: WH3P8.HLCV

Plus Code: 9C7QRPMP+WW

Entry Name: Exhibition Hall, 38 Dixon Avenue, Glasgow

Listing Name: 34 Dixon Avenue, Langside Road, Maxwell Exhibitions Ltd. (Former Crosshill Victoria Church and Hall)

Listing Date: 15 December 1970

Category: B

Source: Historic Scotland

Source ID: 374601

Historic Scotland Designation Reference: LB32431

Building Class: Cultural

Location: Glasgow

County: Glasgow

Town: Glasgow

Electoral Ward: Southside Central

Traditional County: Lanarkshire

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Description

John Bennie Wilson, 1891-3, as Hutchesontown Free, latterly Crosshill Victoria Church, now studios, conversion has left exterior intact. Gothic, with traceried openings. Occupies corner site, 2-bay gable to

Dixon Avenue with pair traceried gallery windows, porch at end of W side aisle also faces Dixon Avenue; flank to Langside Road has tall side ailse, shallow transept, octagonal turret beside porch with open belfry stage, facetted slated spirelet. Bull-faced red ashlar, polished dressings, slated roofs.

HALL adjoins at E, wide traceried window in gable to Dixon Avenue.

Iron-railed boundary to street with gabletted piers.

Statement of Interest

No longer in ecclesiastical use.

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