Three paddle steamer offering multiple trip options on the Bristol Channel.
On Sunday 24th June 1962 Bristol Queen operated the first trip since before the Second World War from Cardiff to Milford Haven via Ilfracombe.
Bristol Queen arrives back in Southampton at 1.10am after spending the previous day on charter for the Spithead Naval Review.
On 25th April 1963 Bristol Queen was towed out of Weymouth Backwater through the Town Bridge.
Bristol Queen had rounded Lands End under tow and was on her way to the breaker’s yard in Belgium.
Bristol Queen de-stored and prepared for her winter lay-up having finished her season the previous day.
Bristol Queen scheduled to run from Bristol to Clevedon, Cardiff, Penarth, Barry and Ilfracombe.