Ingram Street

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Looking west along Ingram Street towards the Gallery of Modern Art.

Ingram Street is a major thoroughfare in the city of Glasgow, the largest city in Scotland. The street runs east from Queen Street through the Merchant City until it meets High Street. At the Western end of the street at the junction with Queen Street is the Gallery of Modern Art in Royal Exchange Square. There are several local landmarks on Ingram Street itself, such as the Italian Centre, the old Sheriff Court, Ramshorn Theatre, the Hutcheson Hall and the Corinthian club amongst others. Ingram Street has, in recent years, became a haven for upmarket retailers such as Polo Ralph Lauren, who operate their only UK only store outwith London on Ingram Street. United Colors of Benetton, Mulberry, GANT, Crombie, Bose and Jigsaw among others also have stores on the street, with Brora expected to open on 14 September 2017.[1] Pretty Green opened their first permanent store on Ingram Street after the success of their pop-up store.

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  1. ^ Reynolds, Emily (24 August 2017). "Brora to open Glasgow store". Drapers. Retrieved 25 August 2017. 

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