Two Superb New Productions to Mark the Society's Diamond Anniversary
By purchasing these products you will not only celebrate the Society's 60th anniversary, own two fascinating items, learn more about Britain's oldest and most successful maritime preservation group, but you will also help to raise thousands of Pounds for Waverley in her hour of need.
Conveniently, you can purchase copies on-line below. Alternatively, you can use the form to be enclosed with the Autumn issue of the Society's Paddle Wheels magazine or by writing - enclosing a cheque made payable to PSPS - to; PSPS Anniversary Sales, 2 Westbourne Villas, Sedbury Lane, Tutshill, Chepstow NP16 7DZ.
All proceeds from sales will be passed to the Waverley Boiler Refit Appeal.
Order your copies now (along with Christmas presents for all your friends!)
The book and DVD will be despatched by post from their respective publishers so will arrive separately. The book is available to pre-order now but will not be despatched until early October. The DVD is available now.
Please allow 28 days for delivery after publication.
Sixty Years of Paddle Steamer Preservation
The Paddle Steamer Preservation Society Story
Compiled by Richard Clammer
The book tells the remarkable story of the PSPS from its formation in 1959; recalls the 1960s and 70s when members were able to charter and sail on board a wide variety of surviving paddlers; records the purchase and restoration of our own two steamers ; and examines the Society’s close links with other paddle steamer preservation groups.
Compiled from the PSPS Archive and the memories of those most closely involved, the book contains much fascinating information which will inform, surprise and amuse even long-standing members.
Available to pre-order now but will not be despatched until early October.
£25.00 post free
Britain's Last Paddle Steamers & the People who Saved Them
Marking 60 Years of the Paddle Steamer Preservation Society
Written and Produced by David Ellery
Written and produced by award-winning documentary film maker David Ellery of Viewpoint Productions.
Duration approximately 55 minutes.