Here's William Weir on a SPAB site visit for #ScottishArchivesDay

Here's William Weir on a SPAB site visit for #ScottishArchivesDay

Here's William Weir on a SPAB site visit for Weir (1865 -1950) was a Scottish architect who trained under our co-founder Arts & Crafts pioneer Philip Webb. Some of his major conservation projects were at Dartington, Rievaulx Abbey, Tattershall Castle and Bodiam Castle. He was a committed SPAB member and caseworker, reflected in the number of letters and drawings in our archives. Swipe to see his drawing of Dalmeny Kirk in 1886 from our archive. Dalmeny Kirk is possibly the most complete example of Romanesque architecture in Scotland, listed Grade A. Dating from c.1130, with 17th-century additions and alterations and the tower rebuilt in 1937. . . . . .

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