If Egyptian Halls are at risk, no building is safe

The Egyptian Halls shortly after completion

The architectural contributions of Thomson and Mackintosh are the historic bookends of what still remains of Glasgow’s magnificent Victorian built heritage; the Egyptian Halls being one of the latter’s most magnificent designs (“Greek Thomson masterpiece under threat of demolition” bdonline May 6).

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