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Greenock, James Watt Dock
View from NW end of dock, crane in background
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Photograph from environment impact assessment at James Watt Dock, Glasgow
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View of the road at the east end of the site, photograph from watching brief at James Watt Dock, Glasgow
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View of the rails to the north side of the warehouse, photograph from watching brief at James Watt Dock, Glasgow
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General view of the docks, photograph from watching brief at James Watt Dock, Glasgow
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General view of the docks, photograph from watching brief at James Watt Dock, Glasgow
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Initial view of the culvert, photograph from watching brief at James Watt Dock, Glasgow
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View of the central quay, during archaeological monitoring at James Warr Dock, Greenock
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Area cleared of cobbles (facing N), during archaeological monitoring at James Warr Dock, Greenock
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Oblique aerial view.
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Greenock, James Watt Dock, oblique aerial view, taken from the ENE. Cappielow is visible in the top left-hand corner of the photograph.
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Oblique aerial view of James Watt docks, looking to the NNE.
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General view of the east end of the docks, photograph from watching brief at James Watt Dock, Glasgow
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General view of the east end of the docks, photograph from watching brief at James Watt Dock, Glasgow
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Burnt-out car, photograph from watching brief at James Watt Dock, Glasgow
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General view of the docks, photograph from watching brief at James Watt Dock, Glasgow
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Internal view of the culvert, photograph from watching brief at James Watt Dock, Glasgow
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Internal view of the culvert, photograph from watching brief at James Watt Dock, Glasgow
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View of the culvert, photograph from watching brief at James Watt Dock, Glasgow
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Oblique aerial view of the former site of James Watt Docks, Giant Cantilever Crane and Garvel Wet Dock, looking SW.
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Oblique aerial view
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Oblique aerial view
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Greenock, James Watt Dock, oblique aerial view, taken from the WSW. Cappielow is visible in the centre right of the photograph.
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Greenock, James Watt Dock, oblique aerial view, taken from the S. Cappielow is visible in the left centre of the photograph.
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