Notes on the Geography of Great Mirror: Photo 33
We've come another 400 meters and are approching the river. The emergent submarine is the entrance to the St. Enoch Square subway station. Cafe Nero was built in 1896 as the original entrance to the same station.
Enoch, despite what you might think, is a feminine name here and refers to the mother of Kentigern (alias Saint Mungo), the city's sixth-century founder.
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