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Greenock is situated on the south bank of the River Clyde about 22 miles from Glasgow. The origin of the name of the town is thought to derive from the Gaelic 'grianaig' meaning 'sunny', and this has been translated as 'sunny place' or 'sunny knoll'. Another more romantic theory is that it takes it's name from a 'Green Oak' tree that grew in the town centre. A horseshoe marks the spot where the tree was deemed to have grown. It would certainly ensure the correct pronunciation if this were true, as it is commonly mispronounced as 'Gren - ock' when it should be 'Green - ock'.
Population 48,196 Recognized Landmarks
Country Scotland ustom House quay
Cappielow Park
The old James Watt College
James Watt College Finnart Campus
Victoria Tower
Average High Temperature 11.9¡ãC
Average Low Temperature 6.4¡ãC
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Area Code 01475
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It is thought that the original village of Greenock grew up around the religious establishment which gave it's name to the Bay of St. Lawrence. This was the chapel of St. Lawrence, which was situated at the west corner of Virginia Street, and of which traces remained until 1760.
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