The stunning Art Deco India of Inchinnan building dates from 1930 when it was designed by Thomas Wallis for the India Tyres company. The building has recently been restored and now houses a technology company and a café, R34, named to commemorate the airships built on this site during the First World War. A series of carved stones at Inchinnan Parish Church dating from around 900-1100AD are believed to mark the final resting place of prominent figures from the long-lost Kingdom of Strathclyde—a significant stronghold which reached its peak as the Vikings were waging bloody raids on Scotland. Another group of stones dating from 1200-1700 are thought to include Knights Templar stones. While you’re there, check out The Farm at No 12 for delicious lunch and treats and buy some local farm produce from the Asparagus Hut.