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Report - King George V Giant Cantilever Crane - March 2010

BenCooper

Mr Boombastic
Regular User
#1
There are four giant cantilever cranes left on the Clyde - the Finnieston, Barclay Curle, another one, and this one - the King George V in Greenock. The latter three were all made by Sir William Arrol & Co. Ltd. - this is a picture of the King George V crane from a 1927 Arrols catalogue:

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And this is the crane now:

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