TTA Hall (Stirling Road Drill Station) :: Shared Description

A small hall located on a triangular island of land between Stirling Road, St James Road and Glebe Street in the shadow of Glasgow Royal Infirmary. It has a red brick front with the letters TTA (only the A remains today) and the semblance of a crucifix above the door, with corrugated iron sides and roof.

According to the Secret Scotland web site LinkExternal link , this is a pre World War 1 drill station for E Coy, 9th Argylls.
by Thomas Nugent
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NS6065 : TTA Hall on Stirling Road by Thomas Nugent
NS6065 : TTA Hall on Stirling Road by Thomas Nugent
NS6065 : TTA Hall on Stirling Road by Thomas Nugent
NS6065 : TTA Hall on Stirling Road by Thomas Nugent
NS6065 : TTA Hall on Stirling Road by Thomas Nugent


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Created: Sat, 22 Mar 2014, Updated: Sat, 22 Mar 2014

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