Tag: Glen Gower

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

Glen Gower 1954

What was Glen Gower doing during the summer of 1954?

14th July 1954 Glen Gower

Glen Gower cancels her sailing from Newhaven to Boulogne due to the weather.

20th June 1955 Glen Gower

Glen Gower sets off from Cardiff for Brighton.

10th May 1937 Glen Gower & Waverley

P & A Campbell’s Glen Gower and Waverley set from from Cardiff for Brighton.

12th April 1960 Glen Gower

Glen Gower arrives in the scrapyard at Boom near Antwerp in the River Scheldt.

Winter 1995

25 years ago… Chairman’s comments | Commemorative cruises | Waverley’s Thames Diary | And 50 years ago… Lincoln Castle on special duty | Plus 66 years ago… Newhaven to Boulogne aboard Glen Gower

7th October 1938 Glen Gower

Glen Gower reaches Bristol after a protracted passage from Brighton.

10th September 1937 Eastbourne

Sailings from Eastbourne Pier on Friday 10th September 1937.

2nd September 1939 Sussex Coast

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.

Autumn 1995

25 years ago… Waverley to the rescue! | Plus 66 years ago… Don Anderson remembered a busy Bristol Channel season

Summer 1990

Easter snow | Medway Queen report | Find for historical trust | Wingfield Castle | A Vice-President’s notebook | And 50 years ago…

Winter 1964

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

Summer 1960

The first edition of Paddle Wheels | Skipper swop for Cosens | White Funnel news | Torbay steamers overcome opposition