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Church of Scotland church in a Glasgow suburb designed by renowned Glasgow architect James Miller and originally dedicated in 1905.  Several extensions have since taken place, including building a new hall to which an upper floor was added in 1972.

A particular element of the new lighting concerns the three windows above the organ.  Daylight through these was blocked when the hall extension was built, and the old fluorescent tubes behind them were very ineffective (shown in first image).  The LED edge lit panels which replaced these as part of the new lighting scheme brought the stained glass back to life.

Photos © Paul Covell Consultants

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