Standing proud by Stuart  Fellowes

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The Finnieston crane in Glasgow. Originally made in Carlisle 1931, she stands, a lonely sentinel of the past. Once she lifted Springburn built locomotives onto ships bound for railways all over the world, now her work is to remind us of the glory days of shipping and engineering in Glasgow. A fine headstone for a fine industry R.I.P

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I am a professional Sculptor, modelmaker, landscape photographer and digital artist. I run a business called Longline Studio where we hand-manufacture ornamental models and artwork depicting Scotlands architectural, transport, Celtic and Pictish subjects.

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  • dogfish
    dogfishalmost 6 years ago

    great shot, sadly an epitaph of a once proud era!

  • Stuart  Fellowes
    Stuart Fellowesalmost 6 years ago

    Thanks Dogfish. The only action that the crane sees nowadays is when folk do charity zip-line runs from her. The good thing is she will outlast all the plastic, generic developments all around her. Much of the modern building materials used today have a working lifespan of around 50 years.

  • biddumy
    biddumyover 2 years ago

    Hi Stuart, I hope it’s not too late to suggest that you try our Glasgow Landmarks challenge?

  • biddumy
    biddumyabout 2 years ago


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