Fort Matilda

Fort Matilda is a suburb at the far western edge of , , Its name comes from a coastal battery built on Whiteforeland Point 1814–19 to defend the River Clyde.
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Fort Matilda railway station lies at the far western edge of the town of , Scotland.

Greenock Wanderers R.F.C. is a rugby union team based in , .

Gourock railway station is the terminus of the Inverclyde Line, located at pierhead, Scotland, and serves the town as well as the ferry services it was originally provided for.

The megalithic Kempock Stone, popularly known as Granny Kempock stands on a cliff behind Kempock Street, the main shopping street in , .

Greenock West railway station is a station in , , located on the Inverclyde Line which runs from to Glasgow Central.

Branchton 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 .

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