WOOLWORTHS BUILDING, 26 TO 30 GLASGOW ROAD, cnr WALLACE STREET, CLYDEBANK
According to the Woolies Buildings - Then and Now blog by Sabrina, this store was opened in 1939. It was purpose-built on a corner plot with a glazed white Art Deco facade.
It closed in the 1970s/80s. The building then had a questionable caree as a snooker hall called Lucky Break. That lucky break never really came. The frontage was bricked up and the building eventually became abandoned. In spite of this it appears to remain mainly structurally intact although we cannot assess the roof or interior.
It retains its upper tiled art-deco tiled facade so maybe one day it will get a reprieve and a lucky break.
The sad plight of the building in August 2023.
Woolworths in the 1960's. © Woolies Buildings - Then and Now. See link below.
WOOLIES BUILDINGS - THEN AND NOW blog by Sabrina: https://wooliesbuildings.wordpress.com/2022/01/14/clydebank-woolworths-store-759/comment-page-1/?unapproved=5130&moderation-hash=5903c3550edba4d99baab176739ab961#comment-5130