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Kelvin Building

Kelvin Building

This part of the Kelvin Building dates from 1906, having originally being called the Natural Philosophy Building. The building was extended in the 1950s with the intention of making Glasgow’s Physics Department one of the best in the United Kingdom. (Second best University in the UK to study Physics, so I guess it worked.) I really like this photo of the Kelvin Building, makes it seem like the University is an enormously green place. Which it is. Just not between October and April.

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