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  1. Broomloan Road Primary School was a primary school situated in Govan, Glasgow, Scotland . It was the largest School in Govan built by Govan School Board, and comprised two separate buildings. The first, designed by Alexander Watt, opened in 1875. In 1894 a red sandstone extension was built, designed by H&D Barclay.

  2. #1 Broomloan Road Primary School Unclassified Updated: 2019-12-02 Broomloan Road Primary School was a primary school situated in Govan, Glasgow, Scotland. Distance: 0.0 mi. (0.0 km) #2 Moorepark, Glasgow Uk Place Updated: 2020-04-26 Moorepark is an area in the Scottish city of Glasgow.

  3. Broomloan Road Primary School was a primary school situated in Govan, Glasgow, Scotland. Latitude: 55° 51' 25.20" N Longitude:-4° 18' 32.40" W.

  4. Broomloan Road Primary School was a primary school situated in Govan, Glasgow, Scotland. It was built by Govan School Board, and comprised two separate buildings. The first, designed by Alexander Watt, opened in 1875. In 1894 a red sandstone extension was built, designed by H&D Barclay. Broomloan Road Primary School closed in the late 1960s. After closure the red sanstone building was used ...

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  5. Broomloan Road Primary School 2013. This is a later building of the school built in 1894 and designed by H&D Barclay, the building became St. Saviour's Infants School in the 1970s and later an annexe to St. Gerard's Secondary before becoming the Summertown Community Centre in the early 1980's. The Suumertown Centre closed in the early 1990s. Since then the building has been derelict, the ...

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  6. 06/11/2021 · Broomloan Road Primary SchoolBroomloan Road Primary School was a primary school situated in Govan, Glasgow, Scotland. It was the largest School in Govan built by Gov

  7. Broomloan Road Primary School 2013. This is the oldest building of the school built in 1875 and designed by Alexander Watt, the building became Broomloan Road Nursery in the late 1970's which was moved to a building in St. Gerard's Secondary in the early 1990s. Since then the building has been derelict and was destroyed by a fire on Wed 28th May 2014.

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