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Greenock is a town and administrative centre in the Inverclyde council area of Scotland. The name probably comes from the Gaelic 'Grianaig' which means sunny place.
Greenock was established as a Port in the 1600's and after the act of Union in 1707, it's facilities made it the main port on the West Coast, prospering due to it's trade with the Americas, importing sugar from the Carribean.
The Greenock Custom House building was once considered to be the finest in Britain. Dating back to 1818, it sadly closed in 2010 despite vocal opposition. All jobs were transferred to Glasgow.
The town has a long history of shipbuilding. Unfortunately, competition from South Korea and Japan means that all those famous shipbuilders are now gone. Still, Greenock recieves freight traffic and cruise liners visiting the west of Scotland.
Greenock has nine railway stations, making it the best served town in Scotland. These are Bogston, Cartsdyke, Greenock Central, Greenock West, Fort Matilda, Whinhill, Drumfrochar, Branchton and IBM Halt.
The town is served by a number of local bus rotes. The majority are run by McGill's Bus Services. There are also routes to Glasgow.
Greenock's most noted son is the engineer James Watt who has a local college named after him.
The towns local football team is Greenock Morton. They were founded in 1874 as Morton FC and they play their home matches at Cappielow.