Abandoned Lion Chambers, Hope Street, Glasgow, Scotland was designed by Glasgow architect James Salmon ll and was commissioned by W. G. Black, a lawyer and member of Glasgow Art Club. The building was designed to feature a basement printing works, a ground floor retail area, legal chambers above and to be crowned by an artist studio. Last retail tenant left the building in 2013.
Gartloch Lunatic Asylum ... Wow, this really is creepy: Victorian-era lunatic asylums were typically foreboding structures. But Gartloch Hospital in Glasgow took this to the extreme. It looks like the setting of a Gothic Horror Film. http://www.flickr.com/photos/brickman_photos/5228996656/
The Kelpies statues lit up at Helix Parkland in Falkirk, Scotland. Built of structural steel with a stainless steel cladding, the Kelpies are 30 meters high (98.425 feet) and weigh in at 300 tons. The Kelpies were designed by artist Andy Scott and are a monument to horse powered heritage across Scotland, giving the area proud equine guardians.