Lansdowne Parish Church

Lansdowne Parish Church on Glasgow’s Great Western Road is a landmark – it’s beautifully thin spire is visible from all over the west of the city. Built in 1863, unfortunately the church has had to close it’s doors due to dry rot and decay, though there’s a strong local campaign to save it – as part of this, a bunch of Glasgow photographers were invited along to take pictures in the normally-closed building.

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