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Tullis Street Memorial Garden opened by ASL

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November 12 2009

Tullis Street Memorial Garden opened by ASL
A Memorial Garden at Tullis Street in Bridgeton has been unveiled by Clyde Gateway, the first project to be completed by the regeneration agency.

Designed by architects Austin-Smith:Lord the Garden employs sculptural columns together with lighting and planting to open up entrances to a park.

It is intended that these columns reflect the sites history as a burial ground in the 17th and 18th centuries in addition to later dyeing and weaving industries.

Austin-Smith:Lord will now develop proposals to improve the nearby Calton Burial Ground on Abercromby Street.
Tullis Street Memorial Garden opened by ASL
Tullis Street Memorial Garden opened by ASL

Tullis Street Memorial Garden opened by ASL

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