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  The Glasite Meeting House, Barony Street, Edinburgh   Also known as the Church of Christ, it dates from 1835-36, and this is the cupola over the octagonal dome of the ground floor meeting room. The building has recently been sensitively converted by the Scottish Historic Buildings Trust for the new users - the Ingleby Gallery.   © Colin McLean Photography 2018

The Glasite Meeting House, Barony Street, Edinburgh  Also known as the Church of Christ, it dates from 1835-36, and this is the cupola over the octagonal dome of the ground floor meeting room. The building has recently been sensitively converted by the Scottish Historic Buildings Trust for the new users - the Ingleby Gallery. 

© Colin McLean Photography 2018

Colin’s knowledge is based on a degree in Architectural History from the University of Edinburgh, plus a postgraduate Diploma in Town Planning from Edinburgh College of Art, followed by a career of involvement with historic buildings and places. To this is added his experience and expertise in photography, with a distinction awarded by the Royal Photographic Society. He has photographed architecture for a number of clients across Scotland and the UK, and his work has been exhibited and has appeared in publications and the media. He brings that range of knowledge and experience to providing the images you need.