Tag: John H Amos

John H Amos is a paddlewheel tugboat built by Bow, McLachlan & Co, Paisley in 1931. The last paddlewheel tug built for private owners, now owned by the Medway Maritime Trust. She is one of only two surviving British-built paddle tugs, the other being Eppleton Hall preserved in San Francisco, California.

Summer 1991


  • The paddle wheel history
  • Superb day out
  • Medway hosts four paddlers
  • A day in the life of KC
  • Snowbound Medway Queen
  • And 50 years ago...

Summer 1987


  • Last departure
  • Medway Queen
  • Restoration to start
  • Lifebelt's long trip home
  • North of the Border
  • The Murray River paddlers
  • New PSPS book
  • And 50 years ago...

Winter 1980


  • PSPS celebrates coming of age
  • Shanklin joins the fleet
  • Maid of the Loch hits the headlines
  • Kingswear Castle
  • Caledonia's untimely end
  • John H Amos

Summer 1976


  • Full steam ahead again on the Clyde
  • Work parties
  • Balmoral sails round the Isle of Wight
  • Kingswear Castle progress report
  • John H Amos moves south
  • Medway Queen's poor state

Winter 1972


  • Scottish Branch news
  • London members cruise under sail
  • News around the coasts
  • Bristol Channel
  • Firth of Clyde
  • Tees

Summer 1972


  • Fitting resting place for the bell of La Marguerite
  • Bristol Channel
  • East Anglia
  • Firth of Clyde
  • Paddle tug to open as floating museum

Autumn 1961


  • Whit Monday excursion
  • Dart visit
  • News from the Clyde
  • London & Home Counties Branch
  • Paddle Tug John H Amos
  • Torbay steamers
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