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About the area
St George’s Cross is a junction in the West End of Glasgow, UK. The junction has in many respects been bypassed to the South in the 1960s, with two of the roads, Great Western Road and Maryhill Road bypassing the original site of the junction, whereas New City Road has had access blocked off from the actual junction and is now accessed via Gladstone Street. The site of the Junction is now the meeting point of St George’s Road, St George’s Place, Clarendon Place and New City Road (blocked entry).
Most of the buildings at the Cross were demolished in the 1960s and 70s when rebuilding work for the M8 and realignment of the roads resulted in the destruction of the urban fabric of the area, with only two of the original buildings remaining. There is a subway station of the same name located near to the Cross.
There is a small public space at the Cross, with a statue of St George and the Dragon, which was saved from the Co-operative Wholesale Society building at the cross when it was demolished.