Created By: Inverclyde Tourist Group
Looking uphill from this point you can see the Renfrewshire Bank Buildings, the first building on the street. The architecture is Georgian with a horseshoe stairway and was completed in 1811. Banking here ceased in 1842.
It has also been used as a girls secondary school and more recently as a rehabilitation facility for Jericho House. It featured in the BBC adaption of the Agatha Christie book Ordeal by Innocence (2018).
NB: Pins 22 to 26 form the optional Wellpark Loop. This is inaccessible for wheelchairs and prams due to the stair access. You can continue the walk from Pin 27: Radical War Memorial.
For Pins 22 to 26: the Wellpark Loop, cross Bank Street and walk further uphill to the entrance steps.
For Pin 27: Radical War Memorial, cross Bank Street.
This point of interest is part of the tour: Greenock's Historic Quarter