Drumsheugh Swimming Club, Edinburgh:
outside of the building

Exterior shot
< Photo: Paul McClure

Apart from the decorative grilles, the outside of the building here looks unexceptional. Inside, at pavement level, is the entrance hall, most of the building being below this level. Originally, an additional upper storey was planned to house club rooms, but this was cut back due to cost.

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