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View of east fašade of Martyrs School from footbridge over M8 urban motorway

View of east fašade of Martyrs School from footbridge over M8 urban motorway


Rear entrance to Martyrs School

Rear entrance to Martyrs School


Dappled sunshine at rear entrance of Martyrs School, looking towards footbridge over M8 motorway

Dappled sunshine at rear entrance of Martyrs School, looking towards footbridge over M8 motorway


Reflection of Royal Infirmary in window at south fašade of Martyrs School

Reflection of Royal Infirmary in window at south fašade of Martyrs School


View of west fašade of Martyrs School from Parson Street

View of west fašade of Martyrs School from Parson Street


Parson Street was where Charles Rennie Mackintosh was born in 1868, near to the site of Martyrs School.

Pencil portrait of Charles Rennie Mackintosh by Gerald Blaikie

Pencil portrait of Charles Rennie Mackintosh


Sign at main entrance to Martyrs School

Sign at main entrance to Martyrs School


Main entrance to Martyrs School from Parson Street

Main entrance to Martyrs School from Parson Street


Looking up at stonework over main entrance to Martyrs School

Looking up at stonework over main entrance to Martyrs School


Decorative door at main entrance to Martyrs School

Decorative door at main entrance to Martyrs School


Skyward look over south-east corner of Martyrs School

Skyward look over south-east corner of Martyrs School


Skyward look over north-east corner of Martyrs School

Skyward look over north-east corner of Martyrs School


Commerative plaque attached to wall of Martyrs School

Commerative plaque attached to wall of Martyrs School


Street furniture around Mackintosh's birthplace in Townhead surrounded by rose symbol lamposts

Street furniture around Mackintosh's birthplace in Townhead surrounded by rose symbol lamposts


Mackintosh inspired tree and rose symbols at centre of polished stone ring

Mackintosh inspired tree and rose symbols at centre of polished stone ring


Decorative stone slab on path leading into Townhead from Buchanan Street Bus Station

Decorative stone slab on path leading into Townhead from Buchanan Street Bus Station


Inscription at base of slab quoting part of a letter from Mackintosh to his wife, Margaret

Inscription at base of slab quoting part of a letter from Mackintosh to his wife, Margaret


Map of Townhead, Glasgow, around the time of Mackintosh's birth in Parson Street

Map of Townhead, Glasgow, around the time of Mackintosh's birth in Parson Street



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