The Queen Margaret Union Building
Here’s the building presented in all its glory. The odd shape is not a part of the architectural design, but rather the result of creating the above panorama. I rather enjoy creating photos like this one of the buildings on campus, especially of the not-so-pretty ones. Wonder what building I should try next?
On a side note, concerning one of my running themes on this blog, I’m wondering if the Union buildings should be named after someone, like most buildings on campus. Most people refer to the buildings as either the QMU or the GUU, but the building itself doesn’t have an official name, like the Gregory Building (bottom left corner), or the Sir Alexander Stone Building (right side of the photo).
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