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These are two really huge cranes in the harbour area near the Titanic museum. It’s hard to miss them as they are really huge. In fact they are so huge, they have now become a part of the city skyline and are visible from far...More
It's strange how these two cranes have become so 'big' with toys, books and all kind of paraphernalia with their image on available to buy.
Like the Albert Clock these are very visible on the Belfast skyline and while impressive not really warrant more than...More
These cranes, in the Harland and Wolff shipyard, are part of the scenery in Belfast and can be seen from many parts of the City. They are truly huge and can lift hundreds of tons in weight. They are still used occasionally but not nearly...More
These two giant yellow cranes are always on view as you visit Belfast. They are truly colossal and are known as Samson and Goliath locally. They have H and W as logos, Harland and Wolfe, shipbuilders. Good views of them from the Titanic quarter.
Massive! You can see them from several places. We saw them driving in from Bangor, from the viewing level in the shopping centre & our best view was from the Titanic Museum. Kid of a must do/photo opportunity when in Belfast.
The cranes are massive and hard to miss. You don't need to go to close to see them, so unless you have a particular interest in these sort of things, you can see them from afar and see all you need to see.
An icon of the Belfast skyline. Not necessarily worth an up close visit (unless you want to really appreciate their size!) but can be seen from many places across Belfast. if you're interested in seeing them, one of the easiest ways to do so (providing...More
Yip, not so much a visit but an iconic Belfast Landmark 🙌
Some may wonder why such a write up, sure their only cranes?
Yip, their only cranes but what cranes! Their ours! Their our famous cranes that mean so much to many, from the...More