Paisley Architects – Thomas Graham Abercrombie 
Paisley Architects – Thomas Graham Abercrombie (Part 4 of 7)
In 1876 Abercrombie emigrated to USA but returned only 10 years later to setup his own architecture practice in Paisley. He volunteered in the 2nd Renfrewshire Rifles and then in the Argyll and Southern Highlanders, where he reached the rank of Captain.
More of his recognisable work include:
Abbey Mission Halls – currently used by the Paisley Scouts as a Scout Hall.
Peter Brough Home for Nurses
School for Girls
Technical School – presently being occupied by the University of the West of Scotland, this building helps make up the Paisley Campus of the University.
Thornly Park House
Wallneuk North Church
To see more of Thomas Graham Abercrombie work check out my last post.
Look out for the next post in the series where more information on Thomas Graham Abercrombie’s properties are featured.
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