Harland & Wolff

Harland & Wolff - Irish Landscapes
One of the most iconic scenes in the Belfast area is the giant yellow cranes, belonging to Harland & Wolff, towering above the city skyline. Samson & Goliath (the name of each crane) was built in 1974 & 1969 respectively. Harland & Wolff primarily specialised in shipbuilding, and is most famous for having built all the ships intended for the ‘White Star Line’, including the tragic RMS Titanic. Harland & Wolff is still in operation, however has diversified into offshore renewable energy projects, oil rig projects and ship repairs.
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Harland & Wolff at night.

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