James Miller

Architect

1860 – 1947

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Who was James Miller?

James Miller FRSE FRIBA FRIAS RSA was a Scottish architect, recognised for his commercial architecture in Glasgow and for his Scottish railway stations. Notable among these are the American-influenced Union Bank building at 110-20 St Vincent Street; his 1901-1905 extensions to Glasgow Central railway station; and Wemyss Bay railway station on the Firth of Clyde. His lengthy career resulted in a wide range of building types, and, with the assistance of skilled draughtsmen such as Richard M Gunn, he adapted his designs to changing tastes and new architectural materials and technologies.

Miller moved to Stirling in 1911, at 'Randolphfield', and died there on 28 November 1947.

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Born
1860
Perthshire
Ethnicity
  • Scottish people
Nationality
  • United Kingdom
Profession
Died
Nov 28, 1947
Stirling

Submitted
on July 23, 2013

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