Apollo wrote:The difference between beliefs and facts ::): :-
Don't know what vessel was running the day I happened to see it. Well, to be accurate, I didn't really see it. It was so small, the passengers appeared to have to climb up above the bridge to reach the gangway tthat had been laid over to the tallest part of the ferry. You'd have to have been young and fit to use this one. Unfortunately I was just walking around Kilcreggan, so the cameras were back in the car.
Flyingscot wrote:The ferry is apparently quite an important link- if you live in Kilcreggan it connects with the train at Gourock for Glasgow.
Dugald wrote:Flyingscot wrote:The ferry is apparently quite an important link- if you live in Kilcreggan it connects with the train at Gourock for Glasgow.
I have used this ferry quite anumber of times while cycling around the Firth and it is as you say, an important link. The early morning ferry always brings a large number of workers from Greenock who were working at the base in Coulport. Last time I was there a bus picked a lot of passengers bound for Coulport, but it was I think, a "works bus" rather than a scheduled service.
McShad wrote: A Marbils of Beith coach per chance? My late step father drove the coulport coach often
Dexter St. Clair wrote:River boat to Braehead restarts this week
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