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Scottish laird bids to resurrect Cardross seminary rescue plan


Good luck. I can't see it being a community building, because there is no community near it. It could be a national resource though, and it is well suited to being a residential centre for the arts or music. The acoustics are amazing, even in its current state. Although it is mostly roof and it has a very similar acoustic quality to the Borders abbeys, which still ring, even though mostly de-roofed. Andy and Isi were known by the contractors as "The Alter Boys" during construction, because they kept on changing their minds and altering the design. It seems to me that this building is destined to present a challenge to anyone who wishes to alter it from its current status of honourable ruin.

Posted date

18 February, 2019

Posted time

10:57 am