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The sculpture pays tribute to the city's shipbuilding heritage and is set within the timeframe of 1912.

The sculpture pays tribute to the city's shipbuilding heritage and is set within the timeframe of 1912. It was created by leading Irish artist Ross Wilson and features three bronze workmen on their way home, framed against the backdrop of the iconic Samson and Goliath cranes.Walk in the footsteps of the men who built the ships that would wear out the oceans. Pick up a trail leaflet from EastSide Visitor Centre (£1) and explore east Belfast's links to the world's most famous shipyard.
  • Pitt Park
  • Newtownards Road
  • Belfast
  • Down
  • BT4 1AB

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