Kingfisher Mural :: Shared Description

Located on a prominent gable end on Johnston Street at Gordon Street. Created by Mark Worst, it includes Coats Memorial Church tower and the kingfisher which represents the life and work of one of Paisley’s famous sons, Alexander Wilson, the father of American ornithology LinkExternal link .

Several attractive murals are cropping up around Paisley town centre as part of the 2021 UK City of Culture bid LinkExternal link and supported by the Paisley First group LinkExternal link .

Lady Lane mural : Link
Buddie mural : Link
Gilmour Street station mural : Link
Storie Street mural : Link
Lawn Street mural : Link
Brown's Lane murals : Link
by Thomas Nugent
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NS4863 : The Paisley Kingfisher by Thomas Nugent
NS4863 : The Paisley Kingfisher by Thomas Nugent
NS4863 : The Paisley Kingfisher by Thomas Nugent
NS4863 : The Paisley Kingfisher by Thomas Nugent


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Created: Sat, 26 Aug 2017, Updated: Tue, 5 Sep 2017

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