Old Men's Cabin
Client - Kilmarnock Railway Station Trust
‘Old Men’s Cabin’ restored as mental health hub
This unassuming ‘cabin’ was built in 1897 as part of improvements to Howard Park in Kilmarnock, Scotland, by the Dowager Lady Howard De Walden. She aimed for the single-storey square pavilion to serve as a gathering space for local veterans to meet and socialise, but the space long ago fell out of its intended use. Latterly used as a storage facility by the local authority, the building has fallen derelict and is gated to prevent anti-social activity.