Scottish Legal Building Clock, Glasgow : Stock Photo
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Scottish Legal Building Clock, Glasgow

Glasgow, UK- January 30, 2012: One of two distinctive four-faced clocks on the Scottish Legal Life Assurance Building on Bothwell Street in Glasgow's city centre. Designed by Edward Wylie and the late 1920s. The building was once the home of the Scottish Legal Life Assurance Society, but is now occupied by a pub called the Edward Wylie.
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458570075
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