The building on the left is the Wagon & Horses pub, whilst the lit building on the far left is the George & Dragon (with the curiously tilted house next door). It's alleged that there were fifty pubs along the quay, between the warehouses at the height of Lancaster's prominence as the UK's fourth port. The yellow-lit classical building was the Custom House, now the maritime museum.
The Priory is in the background, on Castle Hill.
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