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Old Paisley Fire House
Old Paisley Fire House

The Fire Station complex at Gordon St. Paisley, comprising Renaissance-detailed ranges built around a court. The 3 storey tenement block is in cream sandstone and features a curved and turreted west corner tower topped with a conical roof.

The northwest facade is symmetrically disposed, with gables linked by a parapet and depressed – arched arcade with vehicle openings at ground floor level, surmounted by bipartite windows at both first and second floors. The south west elevation features a detached 2 storey range in sandstone and brick with pitched slate roof.

A further single storey detached block is in brick with a concrete roof. The tall 3 storey crenellated practice tower is in brick. A 6ft wall of brick and sandstone with a double metal gate encircles the courtyard.

Building Dates: 1897 Architects J. W. Moncr

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