McLuckie & Walker

The men who built Stirling

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McLuckie and Walker – the men who built Stirling

McLuckie & Walker – the men who built Stirling. Visit our online exhibition to find out more about architects Andrew McLuckie (1843-1911) and Ronald Walker (1858-1911). They designed over 200 buildings in Stirling between 1886 and 1911. Both ordinary local men whose buildings were, and still are, embedded in everyday life in Stirling.

Celebrate their legacy with us by visting the online exhibition. The exhibition features newly commissioned photography by Jo Cound and historical images of Stirling from the Stirling Smith Art Gallery and Museum.

A physical exhibition will be held early in 2021 at Made In Stirling, King Street, Stirling. This will feature many more of McLuckie & Walkers’ buildings, and will include architectural plans from Stirling Archives, images from The Smith’s collection, and original prints by local artist David Galletly.

View the exhibition online. Use the full screen function for optimal viewing.


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