Photo-art from an original photograph taken at South Street, Glasgow. This depicts the sun setting over the remains of the once mighty Clyde shipbuilding industry. South Street was the main route past many famous shipyards and carried millions of tons of materials and millions of booted feet. The entire area would have reverberated to the music of thousands of hammers forming millions of rivets. The quality of the ships built on Clydeside were of such great world renown that shipping companies would often specify a “Clydebuilt” ship.
Now the clump of the boots, crash of metal and rhythm of hammers have gone forever, replaced with modern “plastic” apartments. and city living.
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