Rutherglen Library

1907 – South Lanarkshire, Scotland. Lat/Long 55.828333 -4.213333

Rutherglen is typical in having a tall three storey frontage with single-storey top lit rooms to the back. Alongside Stockport library, it contains one of the best preserved large glazed domes over its reading room to the rear which evidently remains a popular spot to sit and read.

Architects: George Sinclair and John Ballantine   of Glasgow.

Heritage designation: Cat B, 1992. Purpose built library; Carnegie grant: £7,500 14/08/1901.   Open library, council managed.

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