On Thursday afternoon we went to Helensburgh.
Although Helensburgh is in quite a sheltered location, wild seas had added to the storm damage.
Near the car park is a slipway, and the sea had hurled piles of seaweed and other debris up onto the road. The road along the front had been closed off while council workmen were clearing loose slates and pieces of roofing from the buildings.
Along the sea front, seats made of huge concrete blocks had been hurled about by the sea.