“By Road Across the Sea”, the history of Atlantic Steam Navigation Company ltd.
Ferry Publications, 1990
“Queen of Scots” rail, steamer and coach tour…..May 1977
5 page itinerary with photo cover sheet for a charter tour by the Wirral Railway Circle.
the tour includes a cruise on the T.S. Queen Mary during her final year of service
“Royal Mail”, a centenary history of the Royal Mail Line 1839-1939
Trade and Travel Publications, 
“Vales” of Glasgow – Andrew Crawford & Co. Ltd. 1895-1955
Glasgow, published by the company, 1955
a scarce sixty year history of the Glasgow shipowning company
‘Clyde Steamers’, magazine of the Clyde River Steamer Club
Glasgow, Clyde River Steamer Club, 1965-2015.
a fine long run of the magazine from issue 1 (1965) to issue 51 (2015), but please note that issues one and two are supplied in photo-copy form.
also bound into the second hardback volume are the following Clyde River Steamer Club publications – ‘Columba Centenary’, 1978. ‘Golden Jubilee 1932-1982’, ‘The Craigendoran Story’, 1983. ‘The Thirties, a personal recollection’, 1987.
‘Gathering of the Clans’, history of the Clan Line Steamers Ltd.
Shield Publications, 1988.
1894 manuscript letter from David Cairns, ship owner of Leith
single sheet letter on attractive headed paper, from David Cairns to Edinburgh solicitors Thomson, Duncan & Black, in which he requests further payment for duties as an expert witness, and advises that he will try and avoid such duties in the future as they are not worth the payment.
36 Views of Sydney, descriptive and illustrative. with panorama
N.S.W. Bookstall Co., ca.1905.
includes quite a few of the harbour and its shipping
A Compleat Theory of the Construction and Properties of Vessels, with practical conclusions for the management of ships,made easy to navigators – Leonhard Euler
London, printed for P.Elmsley, 1776
A Dictionary, Theoretical, and Historical, of Commerce and Commercial Navigation – J R McCulloch
London, printed for Longman, Brown, Green…., 1845
A Historical Survey of the Boiler Makers’ and Iron and Steel Ship Builders Society
from August 1834 to August 1904. with a brief sketch of the life and work of its leading officials; comparisons between boilermaking, shipbuilding, and bridgebuilding in the early days of its history and in modern times; and interesting arbitration awards and agreements