The McLennan Arch at the Charlotte Street entrance to Glasgow Green.
The arch was originally the centrepiece of the facade of the Assembly Rooms in Ingram Street, designed by Robert and James Adam. In the 1890s the Assembly Rooms were demolished to make way for the extension to the General Post Office, and the arch was rebuilt in Greendyke Street. During the 1920s the arch was moved again to its current position in Glasgow Green.
Reproduced with the permission of the West of Scotland Archaeology Service
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