Ships Manifest for the SS Albertic sailing from Greenock, Scotland to USA,  Ellis Island,   Two Pages.    Mom was two months shy of being three years.  Nana was just 20 yrs.

Their ship sailed from Greenock, and according to wikipedia:

“The Tail of the Bank is the name given to the anchorage in the upper Firth of Clyde immediately North of Greenock and Gourock. This area of the Firth gets its name from the sandbar immediately to its East which marks the entrance to the Estuary of the River Clyde.
The Tail of the Bank was a significant point of embarkation for many travellers, especially emigrants, to Canada and the United States of America. Steamships of the Cunard Line en route from Liverpool to New York City regularly called at Tail of the Bank to pick up additional passengers.”