108 Hope Street
108 Hope Street, also known as Scottish Temperance League Offices, is hidden amongst taller buildings that surround it. Built just before the 1900 it displays lavish stonework decorative design, it stands alone with no other building joined to it. Now hosts a cafe on the ground floor.
Lion Chambers, Hope Street
Nestled in the heart of Glasgow City Centre, lies this white concrete skyscraper. Built back in 1907 as a white skyscraper, now sits a pale yellow and wrapped in wire mesh it lies abandoned and wasting away. I hope this building gets saved and refurbished back to its best.
Tontine Lane, Merchant City
When walking through merchant city on an early Sunday Morning, I stumbled across this lane, hidden away. To my surprise it had lots of photo opportunities, tall buildings with small cobbled lanes and plenty of amazing graffiti. With it being Sunday morning, there were no delivery trucks or lots of parked cars.
Abandoned Hillington Road
On one of my many lockdown walks I ventured into Hillington, which is an industrial estate on the outskirts of Glasgow / Paisley. This photo was taken on Gordon Avenue, (an unused road that has big boulders at the start to stop cars and vans from traveling down.) The broken bike and overgrown plants give…
Bath Lane at the corner of Wellington Street in Glasgow City Centre