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THE ALEXANDER 'GREEK' THOMSON TOUR

THE THOMSON TOUR

Having lived decades before C. R. Mackintosh emerged as the herald of Glasgow design, Alexander ‘Greek’ Thomson’s influence upon the city is prevalent in the present day, with many of his works remaining intact.

Thomson’s existing works are spread across the four corners of the city, and it would be an arduous task to attempt to visit them all in one go. Instead we have designed three walks covering the three areas where his surviving works are clustered – the City Centre, the West End, and the South Side.

THE CITY CENTRE THE SOUTH SIDE THE WEST END arrow-handdrawn-red arrow-handdrawn-blue arrow-handdrawn-green

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CITY CENTRE

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WEST

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SOUTH

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For more information about the life and work of this accomplished Scottish architect, please visit the Alexander Thomson Society website.

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