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Listed Buildings in Clydebank Waterfront Ward, West Dunbartonshire

  1. B 11 Hume Street Former Co-Op Administrative Office Building Photos
    Clydebank
  2. B 2 Sylvania Way South/Chalmers Street, Central Warehouse (Co-Op Department Store) Photos
    Clydebank
  3. C Bruce Street, Former Public Baths Facade and Swimming Pool Photos
    Clydebank
  4. B Clydebank Riverside Station Photos
    Clydebank
  5. C Clydebank, 404 Glasgow Road, Hamilton Memorial Church Including Gatepiers and Cast-Iron Railings Photos
    Clydebank
  6. A Clydebank, Former John Brown Shipbuilding Yard, Titan Cantilever Crane, Including Former Fitting out Photos
    Clydebank
  7. A Erskine Bridge
    Erskine/Old Kilpatrick
  8. B Glasgow Road, Church of Our Holy Redeemer, Presbytery and Boundary Walls and Gatepiers Photos
    Clydebank
  9. B Glasgow Road, Church of Our Holy Redeemer, Presbytery and Boundary Walls and Gatepiers
    Clydebank
  10. B Glasgow Road, Church of Our Holy Redeemer, Presbytery and Boundary Walls and Gatepiers
    Clydebank
  11. B Hall Street Former Fire Station Tenement Photos
    Clydebank
  12. C Hawick Streeet, Valve House
    Glasgow
  13. B Lusset Road, Lusset House Photos
    Old Kilpatrick
  14. B Municipal Buildings Dumbarton Road Photos
    Clydebank
  15. C Old Kilpatrick, Great Western Road, Gavinburn Farm Photos
    Old Kilpatrick
  16. B Old Secession Church Photos
    Old Kilpatrick
  17. B Parish Church and Graveyard Photos
    Old Kilpatrick
  18. B Parish Church and Graveyard
    Old Kilpatrick
  19. B Public Library Dumbarton Road Photos
    Clydebank
  20. B Sinclair Street, St Margaret's Roman Catholic Church and Presbytery
    Clydebank
  21. B Two K8 telephone kiosks to north and south of carriageway at northeast end of Erskine Bridge Recently Listed
    Old Kilpatrick
  22. B Two K8 telephone kiosks to north and south of carriageway at northeast end of Erskine Bridge Recently Listed
    Old Kilpatrick

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