The lost village
St Enoch’s Square is one of six squares in the city centre.
Lost? Or mislaid...
A tragic loss
Home of the first modern-style police force
"One of the finest specimens of Scottish civil architecture of the 17th century"
"...such as no person of common humanity would stable his horse in..."
The first modern fire station lay-out in Glasgow
A fate worse than death...
Scotland's only 'well managed prison'
The Gallus Glasgow project by Glasgow City Heritage Trust tells to story of the city's Victorian heritage through the eyes of Thomas Sulman, illustrator of the incredible Bird's Eye View of Glasgow, 1864.
This tour explores the lost buildings, shown on the map, and what they can tell us about Victorian Glasgow.