Nice light today although I missed much of it by spending far too long at a lunch / meeting.
The original Hutchesons' Hospital was erected in 1660 in Glasgow's Trongate, but this version of it was completed in 1805. As well as a Hospital its been a Bank, a Library, a National Trust/ Tourism office, and an exhibition venue. Recently a restaurant opened in the ground floor - looks very nice if a bit pricey. My lunch venue today was a little more modest.