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The Titan Crane in Clydebank is one of the world's first giant cantilever cranes. Built by Sir William Arrol Brothers in 1907, this crane is all that remains of what was once the famous John Browns shipyard, where some of the world's most famous ships were launched including the Queen Mary, the Royal Yacht Britannia and the QE2.

Titan Clydebank
1 Aurora Avenue
Clydebank rebuilt
G81 1BF Clydebank

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Specialized & Alternative



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Historic Scotland Explorer Pass Valid


Closed to visitors until May 2020.

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  • Museum shop

  • Wheelchair accessible


1 Aurora Avenue, Clydebank, Scotland


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