Day 202: Gourock to Woodhall – Lido & Titan

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Renfrewshire, Scotland

Gourock Outdoor Pool, Inverclyde, Scotland.

Launch I, Royal West of Scotland Amateur Boat Club, Greenock, Invercylde, Scotland.

Greenock freight terminal I, Greenock, Invercylde, Scotland.

Launch II, Royal West of Scotland Amateur Boat Club, Greenock, Invercylde, Scotland.

Greenock freight terminal II, Greenock, Invercylde, Scotland.

Tasty Bites and Glebe sugar refinery, once owned by Abram Lyle (a founder of Tate & Lyle and born in Greenock), Greenock, Invercylde, Scotland.

Tesco, Greenock, Invercylde, Scotland.

Greenock freight terminal III, Greenock, Inverclyde, Scotland.

Scott’s Dry Dock, Greenock, Inverclyde, Scotland.

Rails, Victoria Harbour, Greenock, Inverclyde, Scotland.

Rails, Victoria Harbour, Greenock, Inverclyde, Scotland.

James Watt Dock Titan Crane from the east, Greenock, Inverclyde, Scotland.

Great Harbour, Greenock, Invercylde, Scotland.

James Watt Dock Titan Crane from the west, built in 1917 by Sir William Arrol and Co, Greenock, Invercylde, Scotland.

Heather, Rowan & Thistle Court, built 1970, Port Glasgow, Inverclyde, Scotland.

Newark Castle, built in 1478, Port Glasgow, Inverclyde, Scotland.

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12 thoughts on “Day 202: Gourock to Woodhall – Lido & Titan”

  1. Been following you most of the way and you finally got to my neck of the woods ! In fact if you came through Wemyss Bay you probably walked past my door! Great images and all the best for the rest of your walk Kathryn

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      • I am a bit obsessed with photographing the warrior – the name for mountains on Arran is the Sleeping Warrior- you captured him beautifully, I particularly liked the image with the dinghies – keep up the good work !

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  2. Joseph Proskauer says:

    Wonderful rhythms —

    natural and built, distant and near,
    moving and still, colour and drear,
    arcings and lines — erect and across,
    present and relic, progress and loss . . .

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