Friday, 10 March 2017
Old Photograph Fore Street Port Glasgow Scotland
Old photograph of shops and buildings on Fore Street in Port Glasgow, Glasgow, Scotland. The grid pattern of the streets in the town centre was laid out in 1694 and took advantage of the flat area of raised beach. The grid pattern remains largely intact today, consisting of Princes Street, King Street, Bay Street, Fore Street, John Wood Street, Church Street and Scarlow Street.
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