Supporting the preservation and operation of paddle steamers Waverley and Kingswear Castle
Jeanie Deans shifts ship to the fitting out basin at Lamont’s Shipyard Port Glasgow.
Red Funnel’s Solent Queen arrived at the scrapyard of T W Ward at Grays in Essex.
Princess Beatrice rammed by Royal Mail Line’s Atrato at Southampton.
Belle Steamers place an order with Denny to build a new paddle steamer to be called Southend Belle.
Sunday paddle steamer service between Portsmouth and Ryde in October 1922.
On Monday 18th October 1920 P & A Campbell’s Britannia entered the yard of A & J Inglis in Glasgow to have a new boiler fitted.
Memorial service for Tony McGinnity doyen of paddle steamer preservation in the 1960s.
Sandown left Portsmouth, sailed down the Western Solent, across Poole Bay, rounded Anvil Point and St. Albans Head bound for Weymouth.
Caledonia rostered to run the Sunday ferry service from Gourock to Millport
After her trial two weeks running on the Bristol Channel Vecta set off for the yard of Cosens at Weymouth for a major overhaul.
On 11th October 1961 Lyme Regis Council met to discuss what to do about damage to their harbour allegedly caused by Princess Elizabeth that season.
Take a paddle steamer between Portsmouth and Ryde in October 1922.
On Saturday 4th October 1919 Duchess of Devonshire arrives back at Exmouth having spent the summer running on the Bristol Channel.