Sunset at the Cathedral of The Isles
I spent a night at The College attached to this, the smallest cathedral in The British Isles and possibly also in Europe, situated on the Isle of Cumbrae in the Firth of Clyde. Just before the meeting which I was facilitating, I took a moment to see the sunset from in front of the North College, where visitors can stay at reasonable rates in considerably greater comfort than when I first visited this special place in 1969.
The Cathedral and College were founded by the Earl of Glasgow during the period of the Tractarian Revival and designed by Butterfield. You can follow up more details here