This was the third and final building on my 'Open Doors' journey in Glasgow today.
The original Clyde Trust Building was completed in 1886 and extended in 1906.
It's a wonderful example of the work of the architect Sir John James Burnet and has a very opulent interior.
There are a number of well appointed rooms with stained glass windows, French walnut panelling, mosaic floors, and gold leaf ornamentation adorning many areas.
This was then extended between 1906 and 1908 to create the building as it appears today.
It's an A-listed building as you might expect and well worth a visit.
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