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Courtyard of Links

Courtyard of LinksThe innards of the Wolfson Building, the West Medical School Building and the Davidson Building are all connected, quite interestingly in a few places, such as above. The building on the left is the older Wolfson Building and the one on the right is a part of the newer Davidson Building. The Wolfson Building is sometimes presented as the Wolfson Link Building, which is in keeping with the way they’re all linked on the inside. Even the little cafe in the Wolfson Building, located just to the left and behind of where I took this photo, is called the Links Café. The area where the above photo was taken is known as the Courtyard.

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2 responses

  1. The Wolfson Medical Building (on University Avenue) is linked to the West Medical Building away past the Kelvin Building?

    have I got something mixed up, or are there a bunch of underground passages I don’t know about? :D

    October 3, 2010 at 12:41 am

    • This is what you get when name one building the “Wolfson Building” and another building the “Wolfson Medical School Building”. Although underground passages would be kinda cool, sadly there aren’t any (that I know of) that connect the Wolfson Medical School Building to the West Medical Building.

      Yeah, the Wolfson Building is located between the Davidson Building and the West Medical Building in the south-west corner of the campus.

      October 3, 2010 at 12:47 am

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