Port Glasgow - Street furniture

Port Glasgow - Street furniture

Boglestone – Clune Brae, Port Glasgow Called after Bogal Stone.  Many stories of witchcraft and ghosts stories around this area
Comet / Apple – Robert St Area Port Glasgow  The statues were paid for using money from Better Neighbourhood Funding.  The designs were decided by people, who represented area.  The Comet because it was built in area – The apple to signify the orchards which used to populate this area.
Endeavour  - Sculter  Malcolm Robertson 2012  Inspired by Cunard Liners built on Clyde.
Wishing Tree – Woodhall Community Park – Rigg Arts working with local community to design this and other features in park
Sculpted Tree Dubbs Rd

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