Scottish town unveils steel statue

A statue intended to transform the image of Scottish new town Cumbernauld was unveiled today. The statue, higher than two double decker buses, has been forged from steel by artist Andy Scott, and will overlook the A80, the main road that bisects the town.

by Colin Marrs
The Cumbernauld statue is put into place
The Cumbernauld statue is put into place

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