Tag: 1964

Supporting the preservation and operation of paddle steamers Waverley and Kingswear Castle

8th July 1964 Jeanie Deans

Jeanie Deans scheduled for the “Round the Lochs and Firth of Clyde” excursion.

7th July 1964 Caledonia

Caledonia cancelled sailings from Ayr due to the weather.

15th May 1964 Consul and Princess Elizabeth

Consul and Princess Elizabeth both undergoing final preparations for starting their seasons running from Weymouth this Whitsun weekend in competition.

9th May 1964 Jeanie Deans

Jeanie Deans on charter to the Scottish Locomotive Preservation Fund for a rare trip to Ardrishaig.

27th April 1964 Consul

On 27th April 1964 Consul leaves Weymouth for slipping at Poole.

9th April 1964 Ryde

Ryde on the grid at Newhaven for underwater survey.

5th February 1964 Balmoral

Balmoral arrives at Weymouth for refit work by Cosens.

2nd February 1964 Medway Queen

Medway Queen in the Nelson Dock at Rothehithe.

29th September 1964 Jeanie Deans

On the morning tide on Tuesday 29th September Jeanie Deans crossed from Craigendoran to lay up in the Albert Harbour, Greenock.

18th September 1964 Captain Defrates

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.

16th September 1964 Cardiff Queen

Cardiff Queen’s Cardiff/Weston ferry service interrupted by the wind.

12th September 1964 Waverley

Waverley sails to Campbeltown.

Winter 1964

Blackheath Rally | Clyde notes | White Funnel news | Bristol Channel Branch | Weymouth notes

Autumn 1964

Round the Isle of Wight | Medway Queen | River Dart Steamboat Company | The road to the Isle, 1964 | Scottish notes | Weymouth notes | Portsmouth paddlers

Summer 1964

White Funnel news | Cosens & Co. | South coast & continental steamers | Scottish notes | London & Home Counties Branch | Wessex Branch

Spring 1964

From the Chairman | Alumchine in retrospect | Portsmouth paddlers | River Dart Steamboat Co. Ltd. | Scottish notes

24th July 1964 Jeanie Deans

Jeanie Deans replaced Queen Mary II on the “Down the River” cruise from Glasgow.

Last Clyde Season of the ‘Jeanie Deans’

Fifty summers ago, in 1964, there were still four paddle steamers operating on the Clyde, the Jeanie Deans, Waverley, Caledonia and Talisman.