Author: Cranes LTD

Aug - 23
2017

Digital Agencies in Glasgow By The Clyde

The Clyde has changed over the years, what was once an industrial heavy area, has seen a regeneration in recent years. The opening of the BBC head quarters, radio stations and the media village makes it a hot spot for…

Aug - 19
2017

5 Reasons Why You Should Move To Glasgow

Glasgow, home to the style mile and some of Scotland’s greatest architecture, (e.g. Willow Tearoom, Scotland Street School, Glasgow School of Art) Glasgow may not be the capital, however, it is Scotland’s largest city. Our brilliant city attracts thousands of…

Aug - 17
2017

Things To Do While Visiting Glasgow

If you are visiting Glasgow to see our very famous cranes then you may want to stick around for some more tourist fun. There are free locations across Glasgow that you can visit and we have pulled a few of them…

Aug - 16
2017

The Bonnie Banks of The River Clyde

Glasgow has a very proud industrial history. Clyde shipbuilding came to the fore during the early 20th century and it has never really left. Things have changed a lot of the years, however, Glasgow will always be thanked for its massive output…

Aug - 15
2017

Bungee Jump From The Titan Crane This Summer

The Titan crane is another well-known landmark that sits along the Clyde. More than a  century-old, this crane that has been transformed into a popular tourist attraction. It was once one of Scotland’s most unusual engineering feats as it watches…

Aug - 14
2017

Glasgow’s Finest: The Finnieston Crane

Finnieston is now a Glasgow hub. This part of town has been transformed from an industrial wasteland into a vibrant location packed full of students and Glasgow hipsters and no wonder this up-and-coming neighbourhood is full of the city’s coolest…