First day of the 1960 season for Monarch.
Monday 29th May 1967 Embassy alongside at Van Heyghen Brothers's scrapyard in Ghent.
Queen of the South made her first public sailing from Tower Pier to Greenwich, Gravesend, Southend and Herne Bay.
Red Funnel's newly acquired Lorna Doone makes her inaugural cruise from Bournemouth.
Cargo paddle steamer Lord Elgin makes her last crossing between Cowes and Southampton.
P & A Campbells's Waverley rostered for a day trip from Brighton to Eastbourne, Hastings and on to Folkestone for 2 hours ashore.
A look back at Waverley's 1990 season which began at Easter on the Clyde and finished in mid October on the Bristol Channel.
The Southern Railway's paddle steamer Merstone rescues passengers from Cunard's Queen Elizabeth which was aground on the Brambles Bank.
Cosens held their Annual General Meeting on Tuesday 29th March 1955 in the company's board room in the office at Weymouth.
Wingfield Castle made her last voyage in steam on Thursday 14th March 1974.
Why were all the Hull/New Holland paddle steamer ferries withdrawn from service for much of February and on into early March 1972?
Preparation for Cardiff Queen's launch and move to Fairfield's fitting out basin at Govan.
The paddle steamer Flamer endures a difficult passage from Guernsey to Weymouth in a gale.
Emperor of India at sea passing Dover under tow from Weymouth to Belgium for breaking up.
On Thursday 22nd January 1953 Victoria left Weymouth for the last time for the scrapyard at Southampton.
On Saturday 19th January 1963, Tattershall Castle broke free from her Humber moorings in a storm.
Friday 26h December 1902 was the first day of a new winter paddle steamer service between Bournemouth and Swanage.
On 10th December 1937 Cosens signed the Bill of Sale to buy the Duke of Devonshire.
In November 1937 Red Funnel's Mauretania ex Queen was renamed Corfe Castle.