Cumberland Road becomes Larkfield Road at this point. Earnhill Road is to the left.
Cumberland Road at the Greenock/Gourock boundary.
New houses under construction on the site of old ones at Cumberland Road in 2012.
Cumberland Road in 2007, looking towards the soon to be demolished Cumberland Court with Branchton housing scheme and the communications mast on Scroggy Bank beyond.
Cumberland Road is to the right of the tower block. Vviewed from Greenock Cut. Ravenscraig Stadium is prominent.
This late 2008 view shows the recently changed road layout, including relocation of the bus lay-by and the addition of traffic lights at the junction of the A78 Inverkip Road and C62 Cumberland Road (0n the right).
Larkfield Road has a 12% gradient at this point. The River Clyde and Rosneath Peninsula can be seen beyond. Note the TV transmitter at Rosneath.
George Road playing field is behind the fence.
The exceptionally steep Hilltop Road is on the left.
Looking down the very steep hill to the C62 Larkfiled Road/George Road junction.
The 'channelised junction' where the C62 Larkfield Road meets the A770.
Where the A770 Chapel Street/Cardwell Road meets the C62 Larkfield Road (curving up and away to the right) and the C63 Broomberry Drive (foreground). A small roundabout stood here until the 1970s.
A 2007 view from the A78 footbridge at Branchton railway station. Showing the C62 Cumberland Road junction before remodelling related to the construction of the new school in the background.
The walled garden at Darroch park is on the right. The infamous channelised junction at the foot of C62 Larkfield Road is in the distance.