Sculpture commemorating the shipbuilding workmen who made the name of the River Clyde in Glasgow known world wide

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Sculpture commemorating the shipbuilding workmen who made the name of the River Clyde in Glasgow known world wide. The sculpture was installed in Bellahouston Park in Glasgow in October 2005. It was designed by Jimmy Cosgrove and constructed by Hector McGarva. Made from cast iron and corten steel and shows the silhouette of a shipyard worker and his dog (on the other side of sculpture). On an adjacent table lie the different tools he would have used. The piece has an inscription "celebrate those who made the Clyde great"
Location: Bellahouston Park, Glasgow, Scotland