Jack Osborne: Many stories surround this landmark but the most popular is that concerning witchcraft trials. In 1662 Mary Lamont & group of local women were burned at the stake for cursing & sinking a passing ship.
Jack Osborne: Opening in 1909, this is Scotland's oldest outdoor swimming pool. All water is taken from the River Clyde which is filtered, cleaned, heated & maintained at 29℃. Open to the public from April-Sept.
Jack Osborne: Designed by Thomas Smith & son-in-law Robert Stevenson in 1797, with foghorns added between 1895-97. Keepers had to wind the mechanism by hand every 2/3hrs. Today it's fully automated & unmanned.
Jack Osborne: Opened in 1876, the museum features an exhibition of items related to James Watt, the Greenock-born inventor, a Mummy Cartonnage from Herakleopolis Magna and a collection of British and Scottish art.
Jack Osborne: A well preserved castle sited on the south shore of the estuary of the River Clyde. Built in 1478 by George Maxwell when he inherited the Barony of Finlanstone(Finlaystone) in the parish of Kilmacolm.
Jack Osborne: A war memorial to the Free French forces who fought in WW2 stands on the western brow of the hill. Built in the shape of the Cross of Lorraine, the emblem of the Free French, combined with an anchor.