Difference between revisions of "Inverclyde"

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'''Inverclyde''' is a "unitary authority" on the south bank of the [[River Clyde]] estuary in [[Scotland]]. Once part of Renfrewshire County (before 1975), it contains Port [[Glasgow]].Its administrative centre is  the industrial town of [[Greenock]].  
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'''Inverclyde''' is a "unitary authority" on the south bank of the [[River Clyde]] estuary in [[Scotland]]. Once part of Renfrewshire County (before 1975), it contains Port [[Glasgow]].Its administrative center is  the industrial town of [[Greenock]].  
  
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Revision as of 06:38, 11 July 2009

Inverclyde is a "unitary authority" on the south bank of the River Clyde estuary in Scotland. Once part of Renfrewshire County (before 1975), it contains Port Glasgow.Its administrative center is the industrial town of Greenock.

[[Category:Scottish Counties and Regions]