40 Westburn Street, Greenock.
The locals in Greenock were all famliar with Willie Broon’s bar, the pub was not very large in fact it was very small but did an enormous trade. From morning till closing time it was a constant flow of customers. The liquors was of the finest and served by two very unusually smart shopmen. The premises were that small it only had enough room for two behind the bar. Mr Brown was a member of the Benevolent Institution in Greenock and was respected my many in the Trade.