Tower Bridge celebrating 120 years on 30 June 2014. Article from The Engineer said:
"In July 1889, the contract for the construction and erection of the steelwork for the bridge was let to Sir William Arrol and Co., of Dalmarnock Ironworks, Glasgow. The whole of the work of this contract, both during manufacture and erection, was executed under the personal supervision of Sir William Arrol, who devoted a large amount of his time to the undertaking."
Whisky brand Whyte & Mackay is inviting people to visit world’s first pub on top of a 150ft crane on banks of River Clyde.
A great idea. I would have loved to pop in for a G&T but I'm not sure if Sir William Arrol, the contractor who built the crane, would have approved. He was known to say that "intemperance ought to be avoided" and was "much annoyed" with the men who frequented the public-house at the gate of the Forth Bridge works.
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