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Royal Alexandra Infirmary: Main Building

Date 3 April 2010

Event ID 914869

Category Management

Type Site Management


Scottish Ranaissance irregular E-plan. Mainly 2 and 3 storeys and attics with tower. Snecked stugged ashlar with ashlar dressings. Mainly sash windows but some transomed and mullioned. Green slate roofs mostly piended with many louvred roof ventilators, mostly octagonal with bellcast or facetted lead caps. Arms treated relatively simply and ornament confined to east-west range. End of each arm has semi circular railed verandah, blind to ground. 4 ashlar Roman Doric columns to 1st on shaped parapet. Cast iron colonnettes to 2nd floor. Each verandah flanked by projecting bays with piended roofs. (Historic Scotland)

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