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Miscelleneous materials belonging to Scottish sculptor Andy Scott, at his workshop in Maryhill, Glasgow, where he is constructing a memorial statue to men who lost their lives in the Scottish steel industry. Scott was best known for his twin horse sculptures entitled the Kelpies, which are located on the Forth and Clyde canal at Falkirk in central Scotland. The memorial to the steel men had a proposed completion date of spring 2015 and will be sited at Ravenscraig in Lanarkshire, on the site of Europe's largest former hot strip mill, which closed in 1992.
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