This group of ghostly figurines stand by a wall in Craigie Hall House, 6 Rowan Road, Glasgow. Craigie Hall was designed for Joseph MacLean, son of William MacLean of Plantation. … Continue reading figurines

Frisky Hall

This photograph of Frisky Hall Inn was taken by Duncan Brown in 1856. This once popular Inn no longer survives. It sat within an orchard on the north bank of … Continue reading Frisky Hall

of absence and presence

In 1855, Duncan Brown, Janitor for the Glasgow School of Art and pioneering amateur photographer, took a photograph of five men and two boys in a garden . . . … Continue reading of absence and presence

The Dug-Out

In 1916–17, the Dug Out tea room was created in an adjoining basement to Miss Kate Cranston’s Willow Tea Room, Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow. The designs and artwork were by Charles … Continue reading The Dug-Out