A day in the life of Kingswear Castle in the Medway years.
PS Kingswear Castle (1924) is a coal-fired river paddle steamer owned by the Paddle Steamer Preservation Society.
KC’s passenger capacity increased in line with the relaxation of Government Covid restrictions.
Kingswear Castle runs a single trip from Strood to Gravesend via Southend and Tilbury.
What were the eleven South Coast paddle steamers doing on Thursday 9th June 1960?
Running trials with the DTP, the then licencing authority for issuing the Passenger Certificates.
KC completed running trials with the MCA for the renewal of her Passenger Certificates.
Wessex Branch charter KC in association with PSKC Trust for an evening cruise on Saturday 24th July in aid of KC’s Rebuild Appeal.
Six short videos featuring Kingswear Castle during her years on the Medway have been added to the new Paddle Steamer Kingswear Castle Trust website.
Kingswear Castle came off the slipway on Monday and is now being prepared for running trials next week.
On Easter Sunday 16th April 2006 Kingswear Castle was running half hour trips from the Historic Dockyard Chatham on the hour every hour.
KC takes a stand at the South East England Tourist Board Travel Trade Fair at Brighton.
Illustrations of Waverley meeting Shieldhall and Kingswear Castle and of her first calls at Margate and Walton-on-the-Naze.
KC takes a stand at the South East England Tourist Board’s Excursions Fair at Wembley.
Meeting with Crescent Shipyard to sign the contract for re-plating KC’s bottom.