Fort Matilda railway station

Fort Matilda railway station lies at the far western edge of the town of , Scotland. It is a non-staffed station, and is the last stop before the terminus of on the Inverclyde Line out of Glasgow Central station.

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Archaeological site
The megalithic Kempock Stone, popularly known as Granny Kempock, stands on a cliff behind Kempock Street, the main shopping street in , . is situated 1 mile west of Fort Matilda railway station.

Railway station
is a terminus of the Inverclyde Line, located at pierhead, Scotland, and serves the town as well as the ferry services it was originally provided for. is situated 1 mile west of Fort Matilda railway station. Photo: Dave souza, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Hospital
is a district general hospital in which serves a population area of 125,000 consisting of , , and . is situated 1¼ miles southwest of Fort Matilda railway station. Photo: Thomas Nugent, CC BY-SA 2.0.

Railway station
is a railway station in opened in 1967 under British Rail located in the south-west of the town of , beside the area called . is situated 1¼ miles south of Fort Matilda railway station. Photo: Dave souza, CC BY-SA 2.5.

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Suburb
is a suburb at the far western edge of , .

is a ferry port on in the of Scotland. Photo: AlasdairW, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Suburb
, also known simply as the West End, is an area of , , . is situated 1 mile southeast of Fort Matilda railway station.

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