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Latitude: 55.85 / 55°51'0"N
Longitude: -4.2678 / 4°16'4"W
OS Eastings: 258123
OS Northings: 664194
OS Grid: NS581641
Mapcode National: GBR 0HQ.YN
Mapcode Global: WH3P8.D7Y4
Plus Code: 9C7QVP2J+2V
Entry Name: Engineering Works, 8-14 Scotland Street, Glasgow
Listing Name: 8 and 14 Scotland Street
Listing Date: 17 June 1986
Source: Historic Scotland
Source ID: 377285
Historic Scotland Designation Reference: LB33536
Building Class: Cultural
Electoral Ward: Govan
Traditional County: Renfrewshire
1. 1864-5, 2-storey 11-bay block, ashlar. Ground floor
segmental arched windows and large basket arched cartway with
bold voussoirs. String course. 1st floor arched windows with
13-pane glazing pattern. 2 windows over door blocked. Tie
plate at eaves level. Slate roof.
Interior a high single storey L-plan. Inside of L formerly
opened to a yard, 2 tall cylindrical cast-iron columns with
mountings for jib cranes (the latter removed). 3 W bays
formerly 2-storey with upper floor a panelled office.
Kingpost timber roof.
2. 1870-1, 2-storey 4-by 6-bay office. Front ashlar,
channelled on ground floor continuing across quoins. Basket
arched door and sash and case windows with roll moulded
arrises. Cornice over ground quoins. 1st floor 4 basket
arched windows. Eaves cornice. Wallhead stack. Paterson
Street elevation 6 bays, brick, now harled except yellow
brick margins. 1 window now a door. Dentil cornice. Ground
and 1st floors. Slate roof, corrugated rear.
Interior: panelled window reveals, plaster cornice and
ceiling rose, now part of warehouse, ground floor. Upstairs
Blair Campbell and McLean, Scotland Street Copper Works, had
the largest Copperworks in Scotland in 1891-1903.
Specialising in brewing and distilling mashes and stills and
locomotive domes. Most of it has been demolished. Office part
of Howden's second works, built 1870-2 for marine
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