Glasgow, Govanhill, 99 Calder Street, Calder Street Public Baths And Washhouse

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Glasgow, Govanhill, 99 Calder Street, Calder Street Public Baths And Washhouse

Site Name Glasgow, Govanhill, 99 Calder Street, Calder Street Public Baths And Washhouse

Classification Baths (20th Century), Swimming Pool (20th Century), Wash House (20th Century)

Alternative Name(s) Kingarth Lane; Kingarth Street; Govanhill Swimming Pool

Canmore ID 172560

Site Number NS56SE 1154

NGR NS 58369 62881

Datum Osgb36 - Ngr

Council Glasgow, City Of

Parish Govan (city Of Glasgow)

Ordnance Survey licence number 100020548. All rights reserved.
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Event ID 565037

Category Descriptive Accounts

Type Summary Record

Calder Street Public Baths and Washhouse, 99 Calder Street, 1912, A B McDonald

Red ashlar Edwardian Baroque, with finely carved city arms and window embellishments over Roman Doric twin-column pedimented doors. Two top-lit pools. Closed 2001 amid popular protest. Community Trust seeking funds to re-open the large pool, with new uses for other areas, 2005, Nord Architects.

Taken from "Greater Glasgow: An Illustrated Architectural Guide", by Sam Small, 2008. Published by the Rutland Press http://www.rias.org.uk

Archaeology Notes

Event ID 864166

Category Descriptive Accounts

Type Archaeology Notes

NS56SE 1154 58369 62881

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