Supporting the preservation and operation of paddle steamers Waverley and Kingswear Castle
On the morning tide on Tuesday 29th September Jeanie Deans crossed from Craigendoran to lay up in the Albert Harbour, Greenock.
First day in service on the Bristol Channel and running the Cardiff/Weston ferry of Vecta.
Kingswear Castle’s first ever trip from Strood through the Swale to Whitstable.
Portsdown sunk by a recently laid German mine on an early morning passage between Portsmouth and Ryde.
What were the River Dart paddle steamers Compton Castle, Kingswear Castle and Totnes Castle doing on this day?
Last trip of the 1964 season for Princess Elizabeth from the Weymouth Pleasure Pier through the Town Bridge to her winter lay-up berth in the Backwater.
Bristol Queen de-stored and prepared for her winter lay-up having finished her season the previous day.
Cardiff Queen’s Cardiff/Weston ferry service interrupted by the wind.
Southsea and Whippingham scheduled to run long afternoon cruises from Portsmouth and Southsea.
Capt Philip St Barbe Rawle’s last Sunday in command of Embassy.
What were these two paddle steamers scheduled to do on Sunday 11th September 1932?
Saturday 9th September 1950 should have been the penultimate day in service of Royal Eagle. But was it?
Cosens’s Monarch made her last trips of the season on Thursday 8th September 1960.
What were Queen of Southend and Essex Queen scheduled to do on Monday 6th September 1937?
Monarch advertised for a trip from Bournemouth to Swanage and Weymouth to see the troops.
Two different paddle steamers in Lulworth Cove and visits to a warship.
With war about to be declared P & A Campbell cancelled all further Sussex Coast sailings and ordered Brighton Queen, Waverley and Glen Gower to return to the Bristol Channel.
Victoria scheduled for a trip from Weymouth to West Bay, Lyme Regis and Seaton.