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#431 Abernethy Street (Haghill),
Children's Playground
Unite De Recreation (1996-8)
Sculptor: R Miller;
Commissioned by Glasgow City Council
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Albion Street (Merchant City),
18-58 Albion Street / 20-46 Trongate
Pediment group, 'Justice' and 'Law', and Associated Decorative Carving (c.1901-5)
Sculptors: Holmes & Jackson; Architects: Thomson & Sandilands;
Builders: McKissock & Gardner (Albion Street), Ebenezar McMorran (Trongate)
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#3 Alexandra Parade (Dennistoun),
In the centre of Alexandra Park
Saracen Fountain (1901; Re-erected 1914)
Sculptor: DW Stevenson;
Foundry: Walter Macfarlane & Co (Saracen Foundry)
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Alexandra Parade (Dennistoun),
Former WD & HO Wills Tobacco Factory - Exterior
now City Park, 368 Alexandra Parade
Industry and Commerce (2002)
Sculptor: A Scott
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#452 Alexandra Parade (Dennistoun),
Former WD & HO Wills Tobacco Factory - Interior
now City Park, 368 Alexandra Parade
Industrial History of Glasgow (2002)
Sculptor: A Scott
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Argyle Street (Merchant City),
Buck's Head Buildings, 63 Argyle Street
Couchant Buck (1863-4)
Sculptor: J Mossman; Architect: A Thomson
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Argyle Street (Merchant City),
116-20 Argyle Street
Eight Keystone Masks (1873)
Sculptor: AM Shannan; Architect: W Spence
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Argyle Street (City Centre),
Fraser's Department Store, 134-56 Argyle street
Pair of Atlantes, narrative tympanum and decorative masks (1899-1903)
Sculptor: W Vickers; Architect: HK Bromhead; Masons: P&W Anderson Ltd
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#4 Atlas Road (Springburn),
Outside the Springburn Centre
Cowlairs Co-operative Society
Drinking Fountain (1902, relocated 1981)

Sculptors: Scott & Rae
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#14 Battle Place (Langside),
In centre of traffic island
Langside Battlefield Memorial (1887-8)
Sculptor: J Young;
Architect: A Skirving; Builders: Morrison & Mason Ltd
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Bell Street (Merchant City),
Former Fruit Market, at junction with Candleriggs
Athena, Six Bacchic Keystone Masks and Associated Decorative Carving (1907)
Sculptor: unknown; Architect: AB McDonald
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Bilsland Drive (Ruchill),
In front of Hazlitt Gardens
Surf City (1999)
Sculptors: L Wilkinson and J Burroughs
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#26 Bothwell Street (City Centre),
Commercial Bank of Scotland, 30 Bothwell Street
Allegorical Relief Panels depicting 'The Qualities of Man in Modern Society' (1934-5)
Modeller: G Bayes; Sculptor: J Armitage;
Architect: J Miller
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Bothwell Street (City Centre),
Mercantile Chambers, 35-69 Bothwell street
Mercury, Industry, Prudence, Prosperity and Fortune
and Associated Decorative Carving (1897-8)

Modeller: FD Wood; Carvers: J Young and McGilvray & Ferris;
Architects: J Salmon & Son; Mason: P&W Anderson Ltd
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Bothwell Street (City Centre),
36-62 Bothwell Street
Profile Heads of Athena and Mercury, Masks representing different nations and Associated Decorative Carving (1891, 1898 and 1901)
Sculptors: McGilvray & Ferris; Architects: H&D Barclay; Masons: Morrison & Mason Ltd
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Bothwell Street (City Centre),
Commercial Building, 71-7 Bothwell Street
Maritime Imagery (1893)
Sculptor: McGilvray & Ferris
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Bothwell Street (City Centre),
Scottish Legal Life Ass Soc Building, 81-107 Bothwell Street
Relief Panels of Virtues: Industry, Prudence, Thrift, Courage; Royal Arms of Scotland and Associated Decorative Carving (1928-31)
Sculptors:AC Dawson and JA Young;
Architect: EG Wylie of Wylie, Wright & Wylie; Masons: Thaw & Campbell
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Brunswick Lane (Merchant City),
North entrance, on rear wall of Clydesdale Bank
Empire (1997)
Sculptor: D Gordon; Fabricator: Lofthus Signs
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#35 Buchanan Street (City Centre),
Former Montague Burton Ltd., 2-8 Buchanan Street
Abstract and Ornamental Panels (1929)
Sculptor: unknown;
Architects: H Wilson, RI Pierce and N Martin
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Buchanan Street (City Centre),
16 Buchanan Street
Statues of Youths and Associated Decorative Carving (c.1910)
Sculptor: unknown; Architect: J Thomson; Builder: Morrison & Mason Ltd
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#38 Buchanan Street (City Centre),
Argyll Chambers, 28-32 Buchanan Street
Pair of Allegorical Female Figures, Industry and Commerce (1902-4)
Sculptor: JM Sherriff;
Architect: C Menzies; Masons: Thaw & Campbell
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Buchanan Street (City Centre),
Princes Square, 34-56 Buchanan Street
Peacock, Gates, Balustrades and associated decorative ironwork (1985-7; 1990; 1997-8)
Sculptor: A Dawson; Architects: Hugh Martin Partnership;
Fabricators: Shepley Dawson Architectural Engineering Ltd
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Buchanan Street (City Centre),
Fraser's Department Store, 45 Buchanan Street
Winged Female Figures and Imperial Arms (1884-5)
Sculptor: unknown; Architects: Campbell Douglas & Sellars
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Buchanan Street (City Centre),
Former North British Rubber Co, 60-2 Buchanan Street
Allegorical Figures of Justice and Truth (1894-6)
Sculptor: unknown; Architect: R Thomson: Masons: Robert McCord & Son
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Buchanan Street (City Centre),
Former Glasgow Herald Building, 63-9 Buchanan Street
Statues of Caxton and Gutenberg (1879-80)
Sculptor: J Mossman; Architect: J Sellars; Mason: John Morrison
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