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Renfrew

Renfrew was created a Royal Burgh between 1124 and 1127. Walter Fitzalan, as well as being responsible for the creation of the Monestary in Paisley,  was created the first Baron of Renfrew; a title which in 1404 was conferred on the heir to the throne - Prince Charles is the 29th Baron of Renfrew.

Renfrew was famous for its shipyards, and many of its fine buildings were commissioned by the wealthy shipyard owners.

Currently undergoing a radical makeover to compete with the likes of Braehead the future is perhaps looking a little rosier for the town than it did just a few short years ago.

Renfrew Town Hall

Parish Church

War Memorial

Victory Baths

PoliceStation

Ferry Inn

Argyll Stone & St Conval Stone

Robertson Park Fountain

Robertson Park Flagpole

Gates of Robertson Park

St. James Catholic Church

North Church

Royal Bank

Renfrew Museum

Hairst Street

Renfrew Ferry

The Renfrew Ferry

Rent Office

Moorpark School

Blythswood House

Ferry Road

Hairst Street

Renfrew Airport II

Renfrew Airport

Renfrew Ferry

RenfrewCross II

RenfrewCross

The Renfrew Ferry

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