At the bottom of the garden – stands a Titan

Derek Barron writes a reflective piece about the photo in the header of his blog and twitter profile. He reflects on the history of Titan, the crane that played/s a major part in the heritage of Clydebank.

At the bottom of the garden by Derek Barron

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Comms guy and meaning maker, living in that place between personal and professional. Home is Leeds, Yorkshire. I work in communications for Leeds City Council, the 2nd largest council - with a lot to talk about and a lot to listen to. http://philjewitt.wordpress.com http://www.linkedin.com/pub/phil-jewitt/19/853/6b7 http://twitter.com/philjewitt

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