The day started as usual with a number of us meeting up at Dobbies and enjoying some coffee in the usual relaxed fashion.
After a good chin wag we set off in a loose convoy via Beith to ‘The Coast‘ restaurant, Langbank for lunch. Personally, I had never been there before, but we were shown into a very light modern open room with picture windows overlooking the Clyde river and Dunbarton Rock. I was impressed. Food was produced very quickly and was of an excellent standard. Definitely a place to go back to.
We then made our way to the W. H. Malcolm Heritage Centre , which was a significant building on the site. After entering via impressive glass doors we were greeted by a number of lorry’s of varying vintage stretching from the 1940’s to the present day, all in immaculate condition. Drip trays stopped them dripping oil on to the fully carpeted floor.