Glasgow, United Kingdom

Pollokshields - Our Dear Green Suburb

Pollokshields - Our Dear Green Suburb

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12 tour stops


Maxwell Park Station

Our departure point on this tour

6 min

GUILTREEHILL, 96 Springkell Avenue

Villa designed by H.E Clifford

3 min

39 Sherbrooke Ave and 35 Sherbrooke Ave

Inchgarvie and Bellsfield

3 min

OAKLANDS, 31 Sherbrooke Avenue

Villa built in 1902 and designed by John Campbell McKellar

2 min

KELMSCOTT, 110 Springkell Avenue

Villa designed by John Nesbit

2 min

MARLAW, Springkell Avenue & 124 Springkell Ave

Contemporary villa designed by Gareth Hoskins Architects and Beneffrey, designed 1910

4 min

DUNHOLME, 112 Hamilton Avenue

Villa designed by James Miller

2 min

34 Sherbrooke Avenue and 23 Sherbrooke Avenue

Cairn O'Mount (1911) and Corrieston (1893)

3 min

SHERBROOKE HOUSE, 17 Sherbrooke Avenue

Scots Baronial Villa built in 1895

1 min

SOMERSBY, 31 Dalziel Drive

Villa designed by H.E Clifford

3 min

38-42 Dalziel Drive

A trio of Scottish Baronial Villas

2 min


Designed by H.E Clifford

4 min


Join Sam Ellis, of Pollokshields Heritage, for a digital audio tour of Pollokshields, the original, the biggest and the best-preserved planned garden suburb in the UK. Our tour will focus on the leafy avenues of West Pollokshields where we will explore some of the finest Victorian architecture in the city and learn more about how and why these impressive homes were built and what the original vision was for their future. We’ll learn more about who commissioned them, designed them and built them and how their intricate details and impressive materials contribute to Pollokshields’s unique aesthetic.

Itinerary 3.0 km / 1:30

Offline map included

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