Supporting the preservation and operation of paddle steamers Waverley and Kingswear Castle
Monday 26th June 1961 Medway Queen scheduled to run from Strood to Southend and Herne Bay.
Princess Elizabeth positioned from Plymouth following her dry-docking in readiness to start her season at Torquay.
Princess Elizabeth sails from Dartmouth to Plymouth for her annual dry-docking 20th April 1961.
Dorset Echo reports progress on the demolition of Monarch in the scrapyard in Cork.
Monarch towed from her berth in the Weymouth Backwater and down the harbour to the Pleasure Pier to await the sea-going tug to tow her to the scrapyard in Ireland.
Bournemouth Echo announces Monarch has been sold and the efforts of the PSPS to save her.
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.
Wessex Branch inaugural meeting | London & Home Counties Branch visit Woolwich | White Funnel fleet | Clyde paddlers | Embassy Golden Jubilee | Torbay steamers | Swanage Queen for sale
Whit Monday excursion | Dart visit | News from the Clyde | London & Home Counties Branch | Paddle Tug John H Amos | Torbay steamers
London & Home Counties Branch formed | Portsmouth paddlers | Cosen’s depleted fleet | Clyde Easter sailings | Sussex Queen
Steadily increasing membership | Bristol Branch formed | Caledonia still in commission | Campbell fleet now three | Medway Queen’s season | Monarch to be scrapped
How did Swanage Queen get on at Bournemouth in 1961 and what was her legacy?