Notes on the Geography of The United Kingdom: Glasgow Core: Photo 5
Part of the financial planning behind the bridge was to make it easy for people at Carlton Place (you're looking at it) to come over to the city. This was prestige housing, Glasgow's first with a palace facade. The development consisted of two adjacent buildings. This is the western or upstream one, finished about 1818, about 15 years after the one you can't see here. Gomme calls it "quite severe." Try "grim," though I'd revise that opinion if it was possible to bowl down the central hall. The building was renovated about 1990.
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