Two Fat Ladies at The Buttery :: Shared Description

The Two Fat Ladies restaurant LinkExternal link is on the west end of Argyle Street at School Wynd (now a car park), in Anderston. It is housed in a Category B Listed tenement building LinkExternal link , of which there used to be many in this area, but this appears to be the sole survivor. The building is dated 1869 and carries some Masonic symbols.
by Thomas Nugent
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NS5765 : The Shandon Belles by Thomas Nugent
NS5765 : Site of School Wynd by Thomas Nugent
NS5765 : Two Fat Ladies at The Buttery by Thomas Nugent
NS5765 : Latin inscription by Thomas Nugent
NS5765 : Two Fat Ladies at The Buttery by Thomas Nugent
NS5765 : Argyle Street by Thomas Nugent
NS5765 : Date stone at Two Fat Ladies by Thomas Nugent
NS5765 : Masonic Symbol by Thomas Nugent
NS5765 : Stone carving at Two Fat Ladies by Thomas Nugent


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Created: Thu, 23 May 2013, Updated: Thu, 23 May 2013

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