Girnin Gates

The Girnin' Gates

The Girnin Gates were built as the south gates to Garscadden House in 1789 for William Colquhoun, then the laird of Garscadden. They were designed by the architect Charles Ross, of Greenlaw, near Paisley.

The Gates were demolished in the 1960s by Glasgow City Council after a spate of vandalism.