A more distant view of motor vessel Lady of Mann in Govan Drydock No 3. The yellow crane to the left of the vessel was one of two (by then) listed engineering structures built by the world famous Glasgow structural engineering firm Sir William Arrol of Dalmarnock Ironworks and Parkhead Crane Works.The twin listed cranes were subsequently destroyed without permission later in the 1980s. The large cantilever crane to the left of the picture is the now famous 'Finnieston Crane' (although it should properly be referred to as the Stobcross Crane). This type of giant cantilever crane was a major product of Arrols for many years. Although the Glasgow firm supplied a significant proportion of the 60-or-so structures of this type built around the world, the 'Finnieston Crane' was actually built by the Carlisle-based Cowans Sheldon company (Arrol did construct the deep foundations for the crane). Less than 20 of these structures survive worldwide now (in 2006), five of the survivors being on Clydeside.