Inverclyde Photographs

Port Glasgow Road looking towards Helen Street, Greenock - 1968 - Colour transparency by  Eugene Jean Méhat (1920-2000) - 2008.72.443  - ©McLean Museum and Art Gallery, Greenock. Opening of Kilmacolm Waterworks - 1878 - Photographer unknown - Lantern slide transparency - 1997.231.13 - © McLean Museum and Art Gallery, Greenock. Morton Terrace, Greenock - 1916 - Colour lithograph postcard issued by the Philco Publishing Co. - 1979.10 - © McLean Museum and Art Gallery, Greenock Greenock South Parish, Ann Street by Francis Frith & Co. - c 1904 - Colour lithograph postcard - 1996.80 - © McLean Museum and Art Gallery, Greenock Princes Pier, Greenock by Eugene Jean Méhat (1920-2000) - 1968 - Colour transparency - 2008.72.2 - © McLean Museum and Art Gallery, Greenock View of the West Harbour, Greenock photographed by Greenock Burgh - 1919 - Bromide print on paper - P2012.10.1 - © McLean Museum and Art Gallery, Greenock Cathcart Street, Greenock by Davidson Brothers - 1908 - Photographic postcard - 1996.79.461 - © McLean Museum and Art Gallery, Greenock

The Museum has a large collection of photographs showing the Inverclyde area from the later nineteenth century onwards. These images record the life of Inverclyde's people as they worked in the industries of the area, their leisure activities, important local events and the buildings and streets of the various towns and villages of the area.

The images from the collection are available to the public and for commercial use. Please contact the Museum for details of arrangements and costs.

The text and images on this page are the copyright of the McLean Museum and Art Gallery. For enquiries about this collection please contact the Inverclyde Heritage Hub at www.heritagehub@inverclyde.gov.uk.

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Page last updated: 24 January 2019