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Caption for Helensburgh, The Esplanade 1901: Founded in 1776 by Sir James Colquhoun of Luss (who named the town after his wife), Helensburgh has become popular as a holiday resort and as a golfing, fishing and yachting centre. It stands on the Lower Clyde near the entrance to Gare Loch. Henry Bell, who became a Provost of the burgh, designed and built the steamboat 'Comet'; an obelisk to him stands on the Esplanade, and the flywheel from the 'Comet' is preserved in Hermitage Park.

Memories of Helensburgh

i went to school at the hermitage acadamy for about a year because my dad was in the navy at the time stationed at rosneath. my parents and i used to walk along the seafront and have tea and ice cream in tony,s ice cream parlour. there are wonderful views over the gareloch here ,you can see rosneath point from the front.

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