King George VI Club

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King George VI Club (2013)

The King George VI Club is a building in the west of the Scottish city ​​of Port Glasgow in Inverclyde . In 1971 the structure was included in the Scottish List of Monuments in Category B.


The King George VI Club is a senior welfare organization. It is located to the west of the city on King Street . The exact year of construction is not known, so that only the middle 18th century can be given as the construction period. The masonry of the two-story building is made of quarry stone. The property consists of two adjacent building parts. On the northern part of the building there are windows set off with flaps on seven vertical axes. At ground level there is a gate passage on the first axis, which ends with a segment arch made of wedge stones. The entrance door is on the fifth axis. The facade is partly made with stucco. On the southern part of the building, five windows are evenly distributed on the upper floor, while three window openings, which are now closed, and a door can be found on the ground floor. Above the windows on the upper floor, indicated keystones of segmented arches are embedded in the masonry. The building edges are set off with corner stones .

Individual evidence

  1. a b Listed Building - Entry . In: Historic Scotland .

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Coordinates: 55 ° 56 ′ 2.5 ″  N , 4 ° 41 ′ 19.9 ″  W.