Cathcart Square

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    Cathcart Square was the heart of Greenock back in the day for commercial, civic and religious activities:

    • The church, known locally as the ‘Toon Kirk’ was built in 1760 with its 146-foot high steeple added in 1787
    • The ornate Lyle central fountain was gifted to the town by Provost Abram Lyle in 1880
    • The Clydesdale Bank building, now known as The Square was built in 1899 by architect James Thomson



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