By Brianblip

A 19th century copy ...

... of the 17th century Newbattle Abbey SundialThis sundial sits on the grounds of King's Park on the southside of Glasgow. The park was given to the city in 1930 by the house-builder Sir John MacTaggart having built thousands of houses on the land then known as Aikenhead Estate. 
Aikenhead House which is A listed was built in the early19th century and was converted to 14 private flats in the 1980s.
A beautiful park with many paths, a sensory garden and great views over the city including of Hampden Park, Scotland's national football ground.
More information on King's Park here and here
More photos of the park on this link
Some history of the house here

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