A walk of approximately 2.5 miles around Inchinnan.

Among the many points of interest are; 

  • the Argyll Stone and St Conval’s Chariot.
  • the Bascule Bridge – the only one remaining in Scotland.
  • the Inchinnan Bridge – built in 1812 after the old bridge collapsed.
  • the site where the Transatlantic Crossing record-breaking R34 Airship was built.
  • India of Inchinnan – one of the finest examples of art deco buildings in Scotland.
  • a collection of ancient sculptured stones: some from the “Govan School” of medieval sculpture.


A guide  to the walk, pointing out places of interest, is available to download: CLICK HERE