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Titan Clydebank 
Cantilever crane
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Instance of harbour crane
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LocationScotland
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  • category A listed building
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55° 53′ 50.28″ N, 4° 24′ 30.6″ W
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Titan Clydebank (en); タイタン・クライドバンク (ja); Titan Clydebank (de) Cantilever crane (en)

Titan Clydebank is a 150-foot-high (46 m) cantilever crane that was built in 1907 at Clydebank, Scotland. It was designed to be used in the lifting of heavy equipment, such as engines and boilers, during the fitting-out of battleships and ocean liners at the John Brown & Company shipyard, then the biggest shipbuilding group in the world. The Category A Listed historical structure was refurbished in 2007 as a tourist attraction and museum about shipbuilding in Clydebank.

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