I thought someone else might have mentioned this by now:
Steelworkers memorial set for Ravenscraig site in Motherwell
A campaign has been launched to raise £200,000 for a memorial to those who died in Scotland's steel industry.
Organisers aim to erect a large steel sculpture at the former Ravenscraig Steelworks site in Motherwell, North Lanarkshire, next year.
It will show a steel worker holding a ribbon of molten steel - the top of which showing a sprinting athlete to symbolise Lanarkshire's regeneration.
Several hundred Scots are thought to have died in the steelmaking industry.
The fundraising campaign is being run by the Scottish Steelworkers Memorial Fund, which is co-ordinated by Supercounty, the Lanarkshire civic pride campaign.
The decision to raise funds for the memorial comes 20 years after the closure of Ravenscraig brought to an end 120 years of bulk steelmaking in Scotland.