Glasgow - odds&ends 60s/70s/80s - streapadair
Ken - last I heard he was working for the World Bank in East Africa, he did always seem likely to go places. The round tower belonged to the building which housed St Conval’s School from 1859 to 1906, and served several other purposes before being demolished to make way for a car park for the St Mary Immaculate Church behind it. This L-shaped path was known as Dovecot.

Ken - last I heard he was working for the World Bank in East Africa, he did always seem likely to go places. The round tower belonged to the building which housed St Conval’s School from 1859 to 1906, and served several other purposes before being demolished to make way for a car park for the St Mary Immaculate Church behind it. This L-shaped path was known as Dovecot.

Glasgow