The shipyard of Harland and Wollfe, which built the Titanic, has 2 cranes that stand out in the Belfast skyline - the 96 metre tall Goliath built in 1969, and the 106 metre tall Samson built in 1974.

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Samson and Goliath Cranes, Belfast

The shipyard of Harland and Wollfe, which built the Titanic, has 2 cranes that stand out in the Belfast skyline - the 96 metre tall Goliath built in 1969, and the 106 metre tall Samson built in 1974..

The shipyard of Harland and Wollfe, which built the Titanic, has 2 cranes that stand out in the Belfast skyline - the 96 metre tall Goliath built in 1969, and the 106 metre tall Samson built in 1974.


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About Samson and Goliath Cranes

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