Titan Clydebank Crane

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When: 23 Apr - 03 Oct 2013

Cost: £4.95

Opening hours: 10am-4pm

Website: Visit website

Festivals & Heritage
Titan Clydebank is a 46 metre high cantilever crane, built in 1907 in Clydebank, Scotland. The success of John Brown's as a world leading shipyard, was attributable, to the sheer power of the Titan. Its lifting capacity helped John Brown's win many contracts that led to the huge passenger liners and battleships for which it is famous being built here. In 1988 the crane was declared a Category A Listed historical structure and a £3m restoration project was begun in 2005. Now this amazing structure presents a challenge for extreme sports enthusiasts who can abseil, bungee jump or swing from it. As well as the chance to see the Crane itself, there is a coffee shop, an exhibition and the Drawing Office visitor centre that houses a collection of ship models, memorabilia and historic photos.

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Venue address

Titan Clydebank Crane
Clydebank, West Dunbartonshire, G81 1BF

Venue contact details

Tel: 0141 952 3771


In Clydebank, at the Argyll Road/Cart Street junction turn into Cart Street and follow the road (keeping left) down to the River.


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