Stained Glass in Grangemouth

Avon Hall WindowsGrangemouth Library

Grangemouth Charing Cross Church Windows

Grangemouth Dundas Church Windows

Grangemouth Kerse Church Windows

Kirk of the Holy Rood Windows

Grangemouth Library Windows

Grangemouth Municipal Buildings Windows

Grangemouth West Church Windows

St. Mary’s Episcopalian Church Windows

Zetland Parish Church Windows



Grangemouth Masonic Hall

(SMR 1735)

The masonic hall occupied the first floor of a Scottish baronial building in North Charlotte Street which was built in 1896 to the designs of Deas Page of Falkirk.  The hall was lighted by five double-light windows, the southern three of which had stained glass.  No information is available concerning their decoration, but it is probable that they were similar to those in the Masonic Temple in Falkirk’s Lint Riggs.