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Ports & Canals
From historic shipbuilding yards on the Clyde and bustling UK ports to peaceful canalsides.

One of the numerous cast iron clad bridges crossing the canal.
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Ardrossan, North Ayrshire

The marina at Ardrossan, with the new residential developments in the backgroundThe old harbour wall at Ardrossan, with the lighthouse in the distanceLooking out from the harbour wall at Ardrossan

Ardrossan sits on the North Ayrshire coast in Western Scotland. The modern marina and residential developments blend in with the old harbour and beaches to create a unique coastal town.

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Bowling Harbour, West Dunbartonshire

The sunken ships sit in the calm waters of the old harbourThe picturesque old harbour at BowlingThe land adjacent to the harbour

The old harbour at Bowling is situated in a picturesque spot on the River Clyde at the bottom of Kilpatrick Hills.

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Corpach, Fort William

An aerial view of Corpach

Corpach is a village situated north of Fort William in the Scottish Highlands. The port is a joint venture between Clydeport and Boyd Brothers (Haulage) Ltd and handles a variety of freight.

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Greenock Ocean Terminal & The Harbours, Inverclyde

A cruise liner sits on the dockside dwarfed by Greenocks cranes and the Scottish HighlandsOne of the waterfront plots at the new 'Harbours' development schemeThe new marina lies in the heart of Greenock.

Greenock Ocean Terminal and The Harbours are two sites that sit on Greenock's waterfront offering a diverse range of scenery from container yards to ocean going cruise ships.

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Inchgreen Dry Docks, Port Glasgow

The cranes of Inchgreen surround the dry dockPrivate roads provide access to the entire siteThe concretre storage facility at Inchgreen, with James Watt Dock and the giant tankers in the background

Inchgreen Dry Docks sits in between Port Glasgow and Greenock and played a key role in the areas rise to prominence as an important centre for shipbuilding.

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James Watt Dock, Inverclyde

An aerial view of James Watt DockThe sugar warehouses or 'sugar sheds' as they are known locally are over 120 years old and are currently in the process of being refurbishedThe sugar sheds have sat empty on the dockside since the 1960's

The historic James Watt Dock combines the old and the new with features such as the Sugar Warehouses of the 19th Century and the old hammerhead cranes sitting next to modern residential developments.

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