‘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.
Clyde River Steamer Club ‘Review’
Glasgow, Clyde River Steamer Club, 1965-2012.
a good run of the annual ‘Review’ issued by the club, containing details of the ships and sailings of Clyde, West Highland, and other Scottish ferry routes during the year. runs from 1965 through to 2012.
1965 was the third year of issue and the first to appear as a proper magazine (the first three were just duplicated sheets).
Also included in the bound volume is Leo Vogt’s “Review 1919”
Historical Account of the Navigable Rivers, Canals and Railways throughout Great Britain, as a reference to Nichols, Priestley & Walkers’ New Map of Inland Navigation, derived from original and parliamentary documents in the possession of Joseph Priestley, esq. by Joseph Priestley
Longman, Rees…., 1831
Panama, le passé – le présent – l’avenir. bound with, Panama, le Trafic. Phillipe Bunau-Varilla
Paris, G.Masson, 1892
Advantages of Inland Navigation
or, some observations offered to the public, to shew that an Inland Navigation may be easily effected between the three great ports of Bristol, Liverpool, and Hull; together with a Plan for executing the same
London, printed for R. Baldwin, 1766