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' 24 Fairley Street, Engine and Boiler Works. Engine and Boiler Works, No 24 Fairley Street, Glasgow This works was built in 1901 for James Anderson, to designs by D W Sturrock, architect. It seems likely that this was a move for Anderson's firm from their Bishop Street Engine Works. The works had a short life as such, for in 1908 it was converted into a bakery for Montgomerie & Co, to designs by Thomas Young, engineer. This shows the Fairley Street frontage of the building from the south-west. The building appears little changed from when it was an engineering and boiler works. In 1968 the bakery was still in operation, in the ownership of Montgomerie's Bread Co Ltd, and was billed as 'The Home of the Wonderloaf'. Its present use is not known. '