The Horses of Andy Scott: The Kelpie is a pair of horse heads created by the gigantic public Andy Scott & that now after 7 yrs of construction, overlooking the Forth & Clyde Canal in Falkirk, Scotland (UK). Sculptures measuring about 30 m. high & are thought of as a monument. The name reflects the mythological beasts turning Kelpies have the strength & endurance of 10 horses, a quality that is similar to the change & the resistance of the inland waterways of Scotland.
The Horses of Andy Scott: Kelpies I represent the lineage of the heavy horse & the Scottish industry's economy, that pulling carts, plows, barges have shaped the geographical layout of the area of Falkirk, Scotland (UK). The sculptures were modeled on 2 real Clydesdales Glasgow City & were built in bearing steel with a stainless steel liner. The creations once completed will enable you to be visited within structures upon its completion & will opens to visitors in April 2014.