Southern Railway place an order for a new paddle steamer with Denny of Dumbarton.
Scottish Television News clip with Paul Semple and Iain Quinn talking about Waverley and the fundraising appeal.
Diver summoned to retrieve Cleethorpes’s forward port gangway door from the bottom.
Barry Railway Company sent out a press release announcing their intention to run passenger steamers on the Bristol Channel.
The paddle steamer Cleethorpes left her builders yard in Dundee for the Humber.
Old John makes things happen for Eppleton Hall moored in Mindello Harbour.
Captain William Cosens, brother of Captain Joseph Cosens founder of Cosens & Co, buried in Melcombe Regis.
Having already topped up her bunkers at Holyhead and Falmouth on the way, Jeanie Deans makes a call at Southampton to top them up once again.
On Monday 11th November 1963 Caledonia came close to being blown ashore on the rocks off Millport after damaging her port paddle wheel.
Brian Jackson, one of the last remaining crew members of a Cosens’ paddle steamer, has died.