Supporting the preservation and operation of paddle steamers Waverley and Kingswear Castle
Cosens & Co’s passenger carrying paddle tug Queen leads the attempt to salvage the paddle steamer South of Ireland which had run aground on Christmas Eve.
Cosens & Co’s General Manager Charles Kaile retires after a career with the company spanning 56 years.
Queen of the South leaves the Thames under tow for the breakers yard in Antwerp.
Friday 26h December 1902 was the first day of a new winter paddle steamer service between Bournemouth, Boscombe and Swanage.
Paddle Steamer South of Ireland left Cherbourg for Weymouth but failed to arrive.
Bristol Queen still outside Cosens’ workshops in Weymouth Backwater.
Westward Ho arrives back in Cardiff after engine overhaul by Cosens in Weymouth.
Duchess of Cornwall arrives in Pollock Brown’s scrapyard at Northam, a suburb of Southampton, on the River Itchen.
Bournemouth Queen towed away from Southampton for the scrapyard in Ghent.
Eppleton Hall arrives at Georgetown Guyana having crossed the Atlantic.
Funeral of Captain Alec Campbell who with his brother Peter founded P & A Campbell.
Cleethorpes makes her first trip on the Hull/New Holland ferry service.
On 10th December 1937 Cosens signed the Bill of Sale to buy the Duke of Devonshire.
By 6th December 1956 discussions were well in hand in Gourock about converting Jeanie Deans, Jupiter and Waverley from coal to oil firing.