In the final part of a feature on the River Clyde, BBC 2 Scotland programme Landward takes a journey down the River on Waverley. Dougie Vipond speaks with Waverley relief master Iain Jamieson and observes how the landscape of the river has changed with the demise of the Clyde shipbuilding industry.
Scottish Television (STV) have broadcast a report as Waverley is about to begin the 2013 season. The following link will open up the report. It was filmed over several days during the winter refit with further footage recorded as she prepared for sea trails earlier this week. Click Here Paul Semple
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