Glasgow uni garscube estate
The University of Glasgow is a registered Scottish charity: Registration Number SC. Explore. Contact us; Legal. Accessibility; Freedom of information; FOI publication schemePlanning for the Garscube Estate Observatory began in the 1960s and the building was opened in March 1969. The conditions of the University Gardens Observatory had become too cramped thus leading to the planning of improved staff accommodation and undergraduate practical teaching equipment facilities at the Garscube Estate. glasgow uni garscube estate
University of Glasgow, Garscube Estate, Switchback Road, Bearsden, Glasgow. West of Scotland Science Park Reception Building, Kelvin Campus, Glasgow. Westerton Railway Station Bearsden, Glasgow
Garscube Description. The Garscube Estate near Maryhill was purchased by the University in 1947. Work began on the construction of new buildings for the The current Vet School was built on the Garscube Estate in 1970. Facilities. The School is now based at the Garscube Estate in Bearsden, on the outskirts of Glasgow, purchased by the University in 1948 from Sir George Campbell of Succoth.glasgow uni garscube estate Garscube Estate, 1981. This aerial photograph shows some of the University of Glasgow's buildings on the Garscube Estate. Situated near Maryhill in the northwest of the city, the estate was purchased by the University in 1947 as a solution to the overcrowding on the University's Gilmorehill campus.
Garscube Estate, Scotland, was acquired by the Colquhouns of Luss, Argyll& Bute, Scotland, in 1558. The western section of the estate lay in the County of Dunbartonshire, Scotland, the eastern section within the City of Glasgow, the boundary between the two being the River Kelvin. glasgow uni garscube estate The entrance to Garscube Estate is on the right at the next set of traffic lights. On entering the Estate there is a security building and barriers controlling vehicle entry. with stops for the University of Glasgow. It runs at 60 minute intervals and the journey time is about 30 minutes from the City Centre, 20 minutes from Great WesternRating: 4.67 / Views: 924