Buchanan Street

Back in Glasgow today for meetings at our Glasgow office in West Nile Street.

Blipped Buchanan Street on my way from Queen Street Railway Station to the office.

Buchanan Street was first feued in 1777 and was named after a wealthy Tobacco Lord, Andrew Buchanan of Buchanan, Hastie, & Co. He was proprietor of the ground on which it was formed from Argyle Street as far north as Gordon Street. It’s a lovely shopping street and always has such a buzz to it.

Off to the local Brunton Theatre in Musselburgh to see an amateur production of ‘Little Shop of Horrors’, hope it is not awful!

Hope you have had a good day.

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