The Armadillo and The Finnieston Crane

The Armadillo and The Finnieston Crane, Tarun Chandel Photoblog

A walk on the Clyde Riverside makes a big impression about the city of Glasgow. If you start your walk from the Armadillo and walk towards the Arc Bridge you will notice the architecture that is ambitious to do something different. You will notice that Glaswegians have a vision to make a mark and add their touch to everything they make. At the same time they have kept the Finnieston Crane as a trophy of their past victories, a memory of times when Glasgow was the hub of shipbuilding. It reminds them of times when Scotland was a big player in the industrial revolution.

If you continue walking and cross the Clyde Arc and walk down again to the Clyde Riverside. You can see both the Finnieston Crane and the Armadillo almost side to side, as if representing two generations of Glasgow. Both making Glaswegians proud of their achievements. Sometimes that is more important than anything else.

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