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CLYDE RIVER AND OTHER STEAMERS Product Category: Books Title: CLYDE RIVER AND OTHER STEAMERS Authors: DUCKWORTH C L D & LANGMUIR G E Binding: Hardcover Publisher: BROWN, SON & FERGUSON Publication Date: Signed: False First Edition: False Dust Jacket: True Weight: pounds Condition: Like New NB: Cover may vary from stock Rating: % positive.
Clyde River and Other Steamers By (author) Christian Leslie Dyce Duckworth; By (author) G.E. Langmuir. In this revised edition of what could be regarded as the standard reference work on later Clyde Steamer history, the author has rewritten the previous edition and added more new material relating to more recent changes.
Clyde River and Other Steamers is sold by the Marine Society Bookshop for special price £ Clyde River and other steamers. Glasgow: Brown, Son & Ferguson, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Christian Leslie Dyce Duckworth. The scope of the book is on the following lines.
Firstly the formerly railway-owned Clyde river steamers, and those on Loch Lornond, are described, the history of each fleet being traced. Passing reference to other Scottish vessels owned by the railway companies is also made, so that the development of their fleets can be seen.
Print book: English: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first. Subjects: Steamboats -- Scotland -- Clyde, River -- History. Steamboats. Scotland -- River Clyde. More like this: Similar Items. New book focuses on steamers in the River Clyde BOAT-LOVING Buddies will marvel at a new book that focuses on photographs of River Clyde steamers, ferries and other.
Stapled with limited rust only showing at centre page and very slightly to spine. No publication date, but printed ; 32 page incl. list of the shipping coys and their identifying funnel colours, & b&w photo illus (of scenes and of the river steamers of the Firth of Clyde Fleet) + a foldout colour map.
Book. The History and Stories of Clyde River () CuimhnichAir Na Daoine Bho'n D'thanaig Thu Never forget those you come from (Click on photos to enlarge them.) Landscape of Memories - Published inthis book features full-colour photography of Clyde River along with historical notes.
To purchase a copy, please contact [email protected] The other routes for which you cannot book in advance are Largs-Cumbrae Slip, Gourock-Kilcreggan (passenger only service), Gourock-Dunoon (passenger only service), Colintraive-Rhubodach, Tayinloan-Gigha, Fionnphort-Iona (passenger only), Lochaline-Fishnish, Gallanach-Kerrera (passenger only) and Sconser-Raasay.
Captain James Williamson, in his book "Clyde Passenger Steamers " lists turbine steamer TS King Edward as the th Clyde Steamer, following PS Comet of Prior to and the inauguration of services by the North British Railway, Williamson lists vessels.
CRSC. 1, likes 68 talking about this. The Club was founded in and now has a membership of around five hundred and fifty. Clyde River and other steamers book Monthly meetings are held in Glasgow from October until April.
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Langmuir. The Clyde steamers played an important role in World War I, related in an article in February At the end of hostilities, changes to the different fleets on the Clyde were instituted.
This article focuses on the changes that took place with the steamers associated with Messrs Williamson, Buchanan and Turbine Steamers. Alistair Deayton is a well known author and an acknowledged expert on West Coast steamers. He has written numerous books on the subject including the hugely important Directory of Clyde Paddle Steamers.
He lives in Quinn lives in Glasgow and has written numerous books on Clyde Clyde River and other steamers book the ships that once sailed the river and the s: 4. For many years, sailings from Glasgow to the West Highland and Islands was carried out by the steamers of John M‘Callum & Co., and Martin Orme & Co.
Perhaps the most famous was the Dunara Castle, owned by Martin Orme & Co. Built by the yard of Blackwood and Gordon at Port Glasgow inshe originally sported two-funnels but was reboilered.
‘Ferries & Pleasure Steamers of the British Isles’ by Richard Danielson. Published by Lightmoor Press. pages. xmm. Printed on gloss art paper, casebound with printed board covers.
ISBN Click here to buy the book post-free from the CRSC Shop for £28 (£1 cheaper than the publisher‘s price). Published on 7 June Page 9 - Subscriber having, at much expense, fitted up a handsome vessel to ply upon the River Clyde, between Glasgow and Greenock — to sail by the power of wind, air, and steam — he intends that the vessel shall leave the Broomielaw on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, about mid-day, or at such hour thereafter as may answer from the state of the tide — and to leave.
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no.4, Summer 34 page illustrated magazine. good clean condition with light creasing to covers. The Clyde is formed by the confluence of two streams, the Daer Water (the headwaters of which are dammed to form the Daer Reservoir) and the Potrail Southern Upland Way crosses both streams before they meet at Watermeetings (grid reference) to form the River Clyde this point, the Clyde is only 10 km (6 mi) from Tweed's Well, the source of the River Tweed, and is a similar.
Graham Langmuir practised as a solicitor in Bearsden, Glasgow, but his passion was steamers and he wrote four books with GC Duckworth on this subject: Clyde River and Other Steamers, Clyde and Other Coastal Steamers, Railway and Other Steamers, and West Coast Steamers.
He died c Passengers would then board the “Fairy Queen” for the leisurely sailing to the northern end of the loch, near Glenbranter. To quote from the old book “Clyde River and Other Steamers”: “The coachmen wore scarlet coats and grey top hats, while at intervals the guard blew a long trumpet, the whole thing making a splendid sight”.Views: 34K.
The author briefly covers many of the famous Clyde built ships, shipping lines which not only operated on the Clyde but had their vessels built on the Clyde. The book also gives a brief the development of shipping on the Clyde, the dredging of the river and the constr I very interesting little book packed with information on Shipbuilding on the 4/5(1).
clyde river and other steamers: supplement to third edition Glasgow: Brown, Son & Ferguson, Ltd., Paperback. 55 pp; staple-bound booklet that incorporates the many changes that had occurred in the various fleets covered by the Third Edition when it was published in.
The Clyde steamer is a passenger service on the River Clyde in Scotland, running from Glasgow downstream to Rothesay and other towns, a journey known as going doon the watter. The era of the Clyde steamer began in August with the very first successful commercial steamboat service in Europe, when Henry Bell's Comet began a passenger service on the River Clyde between Glasgow.
All three books are also available in digital format in ONE single Kindle eBook of nearly print-equivalent pages that replicates all three print books. This Kindle eBook is the “complementary” digital book of the LAMOILLE RIVER WATERSHED paperback. It is identical to the stand-alone eBook mentioned above and replicates all three print Reviews: 2.
Glasgow, Clyde River Steamer Club, a fine long run of the magazine from issue 1 () to issue 51 (), but please note that issues one and two are supplied in photo-copy bound into the second hardback volume are the following Clyde River Steamer Club publications - 'Columba Centenary', 'Go.
£ + £ P&P. Picture Information This listing is for the book Steamers of the Clyde and the Western Isles. It is a paperback from If you have any questions about this listing please message me through Ebay. Fifty summers ago, inthere were still four paddle steamers operating on the Clyde, the Jeanie Deans, (pictured above) Waverley, Caledonia and Talisman.
Built inthe Jeanie Deans was designed primarily for the LNER route from Craigedoran to Arrochar although she did spend much of the s on longer services to lower parts of the Clyde.
The paddle steamer Waverley on the River Clyde at Greenock. Being the only place locals could get their hands on alcohol on a Sunday, the afternoon trips on the paddle ships became a.
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For the heavier nymphs and streamers, 3x tippet should work well. When you’re throwing dries, use 5x tippet. Walloomsac River if Chasing Trophies. The Walloomsac River is another Trophy Trout stocked stream. Over fish about 14 inches in length were put into the river. The Walloomsac isn’t like any of the other rivers on this list.
FOR FURTHER READING: Sir Archibald Alison, (Lady Alison, ed), Some Account of My Life and Writings (Two Vols. Blackwood & Sons, Edinburgh, ); Tony-Bunyan, The History and Practice of the Political Police in Britain (Quarter Books, ); C. Duckworth and G. Langmuir, Clyde and Other Coastal Steamers (Stephenson and Sons Ltd., ); Clive.Of the steamers sold lately here, so urgent has been the demand, it is said one large steamer cleared to her owners a profit of £16, more than her original cost, and a new river paddle-steamer.Pandaw's river cruise blog, The Irrawaddy Steamer.
Inthe fleet stood at forty steamers and sixty-four flats but bythe flotilla had grown to over eighty steamers and in excess of one hundred flats with a capital investment over just three years of over £1 million which in .