Cardiff Queen towed from Barry to Newport.
Lucy Ashton was now laid up with the boiler blown down in Bowling Harbour.
Preparation for Cardiff Queen’s launch and move to Fairfield’s fitting out basin at Govan.
Monarch arrived in Milford Haven having left Weymouth early the day before under tow for her passage along the Dorset, Devon and Cornish coasts before crossing the Bristol Channel past Lundy Island.
The news was now out that Cosens’s first twin funnelled Monarch was to be sold for scrap.
Watch again the first PSPS online presentation entitled “Waverley – Achieving 2020 and Beyond”.
Illustrations of Waverley meeting Shieldhall and Kingswear Castle and of her first calls at Margate and Walton-on-the-Naze.
Crew training for the new radar set which had been installed aboard Humber paddle steamer Tattershall Castle.
Eppleton Hall was off the coast of Mexico steaming north west towards Manzanillo.
The paddle steamer Flamer endures a difficult passage from Guernsey to Weymouth in a gale.
How often did the Humber paddle steamer ferry service run between Hull and new Holland in the winter of 1959/60?
We are delighted to announce the details for our first ever online live presentation which will take place on Friday 12th February at 7:30pm GMT/UTC.
Pack ice on the Humber makes difficulties for the Hull/New Holland ferries.