|Garden Festival 'zone'|
Science and Technology
|Type of object|
Restaurant or cafe
|Current location, if known|
Remains in situ (as at July 2022)
The 'Four Winds' pavilion was built in 1894 for the Clyde Navigation Trust by James Deas, Resident Engineer. Designed by Burnet, Son and Campbell (more here). During the Garden Festival it was used as an overnight shed for the Festival's fleet of trams.
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