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54, 56 Cook Street, Return Elevation to West Street, Former Tradeston Paint Mills

A Category C Listed Building in Glasgow, Glasgow

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Coordinates

Latitude: 55.8517 / 55°51'6"N

Longitude: -4.2648 / 4°15'53"W

OS Eastings: 258315

OS Northings: 664377

OS Grid: NS583643

Mapcode National: GBR 0JQ.K2

Mapcode Global: WH3P8.G5CT

Entry Name: 54, 56 Cook Street, Return Elevation to West Street, Former Tradeston Paint Mills

Listing Date: 17 June 1986

Category: C

Source: Historic Scotland

Source ID: 377236

Historic Scotland Designation Reference: LB33505

Building Class: Cultural

Location: Glasgow

County: Glasgow

Town: Glasgow

Electoral Ward: Govan

Traditional County: Lanarkshire

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Description

1. Corner block: 1854 fitting shop, rebuilt as a paintmill
dated 1866, additions 1907 by R Thomson. 3-storey, 10-by
4-bay ashlar corner building. Margined windows. Band course
over 1st floor marks original roof line. 2nd floor added
1907, stone front, brick rear.
Interior: mainly modernised.
2. Cook Street: 1850s with 1907 additions. 2-storey 10-bay
ashlar front with crowstepped gablet, fronting cooperage,
dining room, offices and linoleum-lined vestibule.

Statement of Interest

Hoey Kennedy and Co, Millwrights and Engineers. Tradeston

Paint Mills, owned by H McBain 1861-1890, Alex Eadie

1890-1919. Later a linoleum (Barry Ostlere and Shepherd) and

now a toy warehouse.

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