Custom House

Sitting on Clyde Street in Glasgow's City Centre, Custom House was built by John Taylor in 1840 in a Greek Doric design. The House was home to Custom Officials who collected duty on imports and exports to the city and also contained the registers of ships of Glasgow's merchants. It is now the Procurator Fiscal's Office in Glasgow.

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