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This Lloyds No.1 bar is named after two well-known paddle steamers (both of the same name), built by The Glasgow and Inveraray Steamboat Company, when it operated a popular service to the Kyles of Bute, in the late 19th century. The first Lord of the Isles boat was built in 1877 and was replaced by the second steamer in 1891, well known on the river for many years. Finally, the second steamer was broken up in 1928.
The Xscape leisure complex is part of the extensive redevelopment of the Clyde riverside, at Braehead, five miles west of Glasgow's city centre. The map of the area, drawn around 150 years ago, records fields where Xscape now stands.
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