Scotland Street Public School

M233 Scotland Street Public School

Address: 225, Scotland Street, Glasgow G5 8QB
Date: 1903–7
Client: School Board of Glasgow
Authorship: Authorship category 1 (Mackintosh) (Mackintosh)
Video: Scotland Street School
Scotland Street Public School, film by Pittiwaf Nelson for Glasgow Museums, 1996
Video: Scotland Street Public School, animation
Scotland Street Public School, animation based on drawings of January 1904
B/W aerial photograph of Scotland Street School
Aerial view, early 1960s
B/W photograph of Scotland Street School, N. elevation
N. elevation, 1916
B/W photograph of Scotland Street School, S. elevation
S. elevation, 1916
Photograph of view from N.W., from 'The Builders'  Journal and Architectural Engineer', 24, 28 November 1906
View from N.W., Builders' Journal and Architectural Engineer, 24, 28 November 1906, p.268
Photograph of detail of S. elevation, from 'The Builders'  Journal and Architectural Engineer', 24, 28 November 1906
Detail of S. elevation, Builders' Journal and Architectural Engineer, 24, 28 November 1906, p.269
Photograph of drill hall, from 'The Builders'  Journal and Architectural Engineer', 24, 28 November 1906
Drill hall, Builders' Journal and Architectural Engineer, 24, 28 November 1906, p.266
B/W photograph of Scotland Street School, drill hall
Drill hall, 1916
B/W photograph of Scotland Street School, classroom
Classroom, 1916
B/W photograph of Scotland Street School, cookery room
Cookery room, 1916
Colour photograph of Scotland Street School, infants' entrance
Infants' entrance
Colour photograph of Scotland Street School from N.W.
View from N.W.
Colour photograph of Scotland Street School from N.E.
View from N.E.
Colour photograph of Scotland Street School, S. elevation
S. elevation
Colour photograph of Scotland Street School, E. tower
E. tower
Colour photograph of Scotland Street School, structural ironwork of W. stair
Structural ironwork of W. stair
Colour photograph of Scotland Street School, S. elevation, carving at end bay
S. elevation, carving at end bay
Colour photograph of Scotland Street School, S. elevation, carving at centre
S. elevation carving at centre
Colour photograph of Scotland Street School, E. tower entrance detail
E. tower entrance detail
Colour photograph of Scotland Street School, E. tower detail
E. tower detail
Colour photograph of Scotland Street School, tower glazing
Tower glazing
Colour photograph of Scotland Street School, tiled pier at mezzanine level
Tiled pier at mezzanine level
Colour photograph of Scotland Street School, tiled piers in drill hall
Tiled piers in drill hall
Colour photograph of Scotland Street School, stone piers in drill hall
Stone piers in drill hall
Colour photograph of Scotland Street School, cookery classroom
Cookery classroom
Colour photograph of Scotland Street School, janitor's house
Janitor's house
Colour photograph of Scotland Street School, W. gateway, 1975
W. gateway, 1975
Computer assisted drawing of N. elevation
N. elevation, rendering based on Mackintosh's earliest surviving drawings of January 1904 and showing his specification for pale yellow Dullatur sandstone
Computer assisted drawing of S. elevation
S. elevation, rendering based on Mackintosh's earliest surviving drawings of January 1904 and showing his specification for pale yellow Dullatur sandstone
Computer assisted drawing of E. elevation
E elevation, rendering based on Mackintosh's earliest surviving drawings of January 1904 and showing his specification for pale yellow Dullatur sandstone
Computer assisted drawing of W. elevation
W. elevation, rendering based on Mackintosh's earliest surviving drawings of January 1904 and showing his specification for pale yellow Dullatur sandstone
Computer assisted drawing of perspective view from N.W.
Perspective from N.W., rendering based on Mackintosh's earliest surviving drawings of January 1904 and showing his specification for pale yellow Dullatur sandstone
Computer assisted drawing of perspective view from N.E.
Perspective from S.E., rendering based on Mackintosh's earliest surviving drawings of January 1904 and showing his specification for pale yellow Dullatur sandstone