Notes on the Geography of The United Kingdom: Glasgow Core: Photo 91
It's the offices of the Anchor Line. The building is steel-framed but clad in white Doulton Carrara ware, used here for the first time by a Scottish architect, James Miller. It's 1907, and a year earlier Miller had done the very white interiors of the Lusitania, a ship belonging to Cunard, which in 1911 would take over the Anchor Line. Miller had by then come a long way from his St. Enoch subway station of 1896, which we saw at the foot of Buchanan Street.
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