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Welcome to PG4U!

The aim of this site is to tell you about the history of my home town, Port Glasgow and its buildings and people.
Next to Greenock and over looking the River Clyde with its wonderful views the photo galleries will guide you through the past and into the present .

See the large homes that were built for wealthy ship owners like the Lithgow and Birkmyre family and how they are being used today. Find out about people who made a diffrence to the town and where your street name came from.
 
The site has been going for many years now and the information has been added to and amended as time has past. Hopefully you will find something of interest but if you have any comments or suggestions feel free to contact me.
Portglasgow4u.co.uk

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The photographs in this site have not to be shared or otherwise used without permission!
Please do not submitt them to any other site for display

Read what other people have to say about the Port' or submit your own thoughts by adding your photographs and memories to these pages.
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Back On-line!
Thank you for coming to have a look round the PG4U website. The site was down for nearly two years but I have managed to bring it back and hope to add some updates soon. 
You may find some pages not working properly and/or broken links I am working on these as time allows but if you have any major issues viewing photographs etc then feel free to drop me a line!
As always I am happy to answer questions and forever on the lookout for old photographs and details to go with them.
This site was not designed to work on phones so I am sorry if you have attempted to view it this way.
Tuesday, September 02, 2014
Re-published in 2014 In memory of Mr John McGarrigle 1943-2013