Geddes Warehouse, situated on the north side of Town Quay opposite the Red Funnel terminal, is a six-storey red-brick building with grey and yellow dressings. It was built in 1866 and was named from an inscription on the west end of the building: “G. Geddes, Surveyor, 1866”. The property was built as a baggage warehouse for Donald Geddes, who was surveyor to the Harbour Board at that time. The building was converted into apartments in the 1980s and is sometimes referred to as Porters House (it backs onto Porters Lane). It is a Grade II listed building.

Gedded Warehouse

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Photograph, c.2010


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