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Lorne Street Primary School

Coordinates: 55°51′14″N 4°17′13″W / 55.854°N 4.287°W / 55.854; -4.287

Lorne Street Primary School

Lorne Street Primary School is a primary school located in the district of Plantation on the South Side of Glasgow, Scotland, near the Paisley Road West thoroughfare. The building was designed by H&D Barclay and opened in 1892.[1] It is now protected as a category B listed building.[2] Its famous alumni include the Rangers F.C. and Scotland footballer Ian Durrant.

John Maclean, the Scottish socialist politician, was a teacher at Lorne Street until his dismissal in 1915 for his political activism.

The new head of Lorne Street is Mr Nicolson.


  1. ^ Williamson, Elizabeth; Riches, Anne; Higgs, Malcolm (2005). The Buildings of Scotland: Glasgow. New Haven, Conn. [u.a.]: Yale Univ. Press. p. 593. ISBN 978-0-300-09674-3.
  2. ^ "Lorne Street School and janitor's House: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland. Retrieved 25 November 2011.

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