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Woodlands is a residential area in the west-end of Glasgow, Scotland. It is located east of Hillhead, south of Woodside, and north of Park Circus. Kelvingrove Park borders Woodlands to the south, and the M8 motorway at Charing Cross is to the east.
Woodlands has a substantial Asian minority population (primarily Muslim) as well as a large number of students as residents. The area is in the vicinity of the University of Glasgow, and the university's Education Faculty is sited within the area.
The housing stock mostly consists of blonde sandstone tenement housing and modern redevelopment which is also predominantly in the tenement style.
This area was later redeveloped. In 1790, William Gillespie constructed Glasgow's first and only water driven cotton mill. Bleach and print fields would also have been located in the vicinity.
Points of interestEdit
Woodlands is home to the Arlington Baths Club. The club is located on Arlington Street off of Woodlands road.
There is a statue erected in the memory of Bud Neill on the corner of Woodlands Road and Woodlands Gate.
Public transport includes Kelvinbridge and St George's Cross Subway stations, located respectively at the western and eastern extremes of the district, as well as numerous bus routes along Great Western and Woodlands Roads.