1 Erskine Bridge:
Opened in 1961 to replace a ferry, it links Erskine with Old Kilpatrick.
2 The Sugar Boat: The Greek boat Captayannis sank off Greenock in 1974 and her hull is now visible from space.
3 Cloch Lighthouse: One of four Clyde lighthouses, it sits just south of Gourock.
4 Ailsa Craig: Paddy's Milestone is now a bird reserve and was once used for granite quarrying.
5 Hunterston: A nuclear power station may not be everyone's cup of tea but it stands out a mile.
6 Titan Crane: The structure at the former John Brown shipyard in Clydebank is one of four cranes left on the Clyde.
7 Dumbarton Rock: A volcanic plug at the mouth of the River Leven where Dumbarton Castle stands.
8 Clyde Shipyards: The yards at Govan and Scotstoun - and Ferguson in Port Glasgow - are all that are left.
9 The Pencil: Commemorates the Battle of Largs against Viking invaders in 1263.
10 Crocodile Rock: Nothing to do with Elton John but a popular landmark on Millport beach.