You are here

Buildings and Public Amenities

Buildings and Public Amenities

From this page you can browse and search the records in Hebridean Connections.

Title Description Images Id
Strathmartine Hospital, Dundee The former Strathmartine Hospital is believed to be Scotland’s first and oldest institution for people with learning difficulties. It is one of many institutions created in the nineteenth century for people with... 117062
Southern General Hospital, Glasgow The Southern General Hospital (SGH) was a large teaching Hospital with acute operational bed complement of approximately 900 beds. The hospital was located in Linthouse in the south west of Glasgow and provided a range... 117063
Gilbert Bain Hospital, Lerwick The Gilbert Bain Hospital is a rural general hospital in the burgh of Lerwick, Shetland. Specialist services are based in the hospital which is run by  NHS Shetland. 117064
Lochee Old Parish Church, Dundee 117066
Keil School, Dumbarton Keil School was a school in Dumbarton. After opening as a technical college in 1915 it later became an independent school for boys, then became co-educational before closing in 2000. 117067
Tanker Ha’ Children's Home, Kilmarnock Tanker Ha’ was a children’s home in Kilmarnock, run by the Church of Scotland. It has now been divided into a block of six flats. 117068
Deaconess Hospital, Edinburgh Deaconess Hospital opened in 1894 in a building next to Saint Ninian’s Mission. In 1948, the Deaconess became part of Edinburgh Southern Hospitals Group. In 1984, it joined the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh and... 117156
Simpson Memorial Maternity Pavilion In 1879, money collected to commemorate the contribution of Sir James Young Simpson to obstetrics, ended the numerous moves to makeshift hospitals which had been made over the preceding forty years, and enabled the city... 117157
Royal Infirmary, Edinburgh Royal Infirmary, Edinburgh (RIE), often known as Edinburgh Royal Infirmary (ERI) was established in 1729 and is the oldest voluntary hospital in Scotland. 117158
Baile na Cille Manse The Manse at Baile na Cille was built in 1784 on glebe land above the shore at Uig Sands, near the ancient cemetery and sanctuary around Saint Christopher’s Chapel. It served as a residence for the Established Church... 117173
Bible Training Institute, Glasgow The foundation of the BibleTraining Institute, originally located in Bothwell Street, Glasgow, Scotland, can be traced to visits to Glasgow between 1874 and 1891 by the American revivalists Dwight Lyman Moody and Ira D... 117193
Church of Scotland, Barvas 117194
St. Columba’s Church, Edinburgh 117357
St Kilda Centre 118539
Plockton High School Plockton High School is a 300 pupil high school in the village of Plockton, Scotland. The catchment area for the school stretches from Applecross in the north to Glenelg in the south. Since the opening of the Skye... 118541
Nautical College, Glasgow 118543
Victoria Infirmary, Glasgow 118647
Western General Hospital, Edinburgh 118648
Stornoway Primary School 118738
Church of Scotland, Castle Street, Dingwall The church is located in the heart of Dingwall on the north east of Scotland. 118863
Esdaile College, Edinburgh A former school for daughters of the manse, Esdaile closed in the late 1960s and was converted into private residential flats. The Esdaile Trust still assists financially with the schooling of daughters of ministers of... 118929
Glasgow College of Building 119027
British Military Hospital, Rinteln BMH Rinteln was one of several BAOR (British Army On The Rhine) army hospitals in Germany. It is now closed.     119137
Oban High School 119139
Airidhantuim Primary School, Shader, Ness, Lewis 119163
Dun Eisdean Care Home Dun Eisdean is a Care Home in Stornoway with places for 38 residents.  119440
Royal Hospital for Sick Children, Yorkhill 119443
Harris House Care Home 119444
Caledonian Hotel, Stornoway 119465
Cummings Hotel, Inverness 119466

Pages