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Pollokshields Burgh Hall on Glasgow's Southside is a popular municipal venue on the edge of Maxwell Park.  The building was opened in 1890, commissioned by Sir John Stirling Maxwell of Pollok House as a gift for the people of Pollokshields.  It's used for weddngs conferences and events and is a well-known and loved landmark in the local area.


These hand drawings depict a selection of Scotland's wedding and events venues. What better way to get record a special memory than with a drawing of the venue itself?


The prints are hand-drawn and digitally rendered. Framed artworks and loose artwork prints can make a great addition to your home or make fantastic gifts for the special people in your life. 



Pollokshields Burgh Hall

  • Available as:

    A5 (21x15cm) print only - with no frame.
    A4 (29.7x21cm) print only - with no frame.
    A4 print with white mount (40.6x30.5cm) - for your own frame.
    Small Frame (30x25cm) - A5 print with white mount and black frame
    Large Frame (46x34cm) - A4 print with white mount and black frame

    White frames available on request - dispatch times may vary.

    Want to add a special date?  Personalisation available on request.

    Free delivery to UK postcodes. International delivery - prices and dispatch times available on request

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