Gallery for the C80 (Inverclyde), Newark Street & Union Street.
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Looking across Newark Street to the northern end of Lyle Road at the A770 Eldon Street.
Just west of Fort Matilda railway station. A Class 380 train is arriving from Gourock. The bridge crosses the C81 Lyle Road. The crossroads is with the C80 Newark Street. Viewed from the top of Lyle Road.
Kilblain Street has been much modified in recent years since the creation of Greenock Bus Station. This is the view from the bus station towards George Square, to the right of the former St George's Church.
On George Square, viewed from Union Street. The C80 continues on Kilblain Street, which is to the left of the church.
Greenock Bus Station is to the left. The tower is on the former St George's North Church at George Square. There is now no access from Kilblain Street to the A78 roundabout, which is behind the camera.
Looking towards George Square. The bridge over the disused Princes Pier railway line is at the railings in the foreground.
View east towards George Square.
At the Tontine Hotel at Ardgowan Square.
Looking east along the north side of the bridge which crosses the disused Princes Pier line as it emerges from the tunnel from South Street. The road has been narrowed at the bridge to reduce the load on the bridge which has a 20t limit.
Looking west from the Madeira Street junction.
The now demolished Greenock Academy building is on the left.
Looking east near the Mariners Home.
Showing the rear of houses on the A770, Eldon Street. C81, Lyle Road crosses in the foreground.
A one way section at the junction with the A770, Eldon Street.
The building, located at the sharp end of a wedge of housing between the A770, Eldon Street (left) and the C80, Newark Street. It dates from the early nineteenth century, and marked the boundary between Gourock (near side) and Greenock.