This monument, outside Glasgow Central Station, was erected in 2001 in memory of firefighters who lost their lives in Glasgow. The statue took on new meaning in October 2001, when more than 200 Glasgow firefighters gathered at the statue to pay tribute to U.S. firefighters who died in the catastrophe of the Twin Towers on September 11.
This monument to Dolores Ibarruri can be seen as you walk along the River Clyde. It is dedicated to the men and women of Britain ve came to Spain to join the fight against fascism, in total, 2100 volunteers. 534 were killed, among them 65 from Glasgow. The monument was sculpted by artist Arthur Dooley and opened in 1977.