Greenock, Scotland

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Greenock

Greenock is a historic industrial town and port beside the Firth of Clyde, some 25 miles west of Glasgow.

Art and poetry.

Greenock was first of all a fishing community that become the site of the first dock on the Clyde in 1711. The town’s long maritime history is celebrated at the Custom House Museum.

Much of the west end of Greenock retains its impressive Victorian buildings, not least the 245-foot Victoria Tower which remains incomplete.

Other attractions include McLean Museum and Art Gallery and the Old West Kirk, which dates from 1591 and features stained glass by artists such as Dante Gabriel Rossetti.

Robert Burns lover Mary Campbell (Highland Mary) is buried in Greenock Cemetery.

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