‘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.
100 Years of Parkeston Quay and its Ships [Harwich]
Cone, Philip J
published by the author, 
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.
19th century bill of lading for a cargo bound for Ampanan from Singapore
a bill of lading dated 27th August 1842 at Singapore, for a cargo of ‘thirtyone boxes china cask[?]’ to be shipped on board the ship ‘James’ Ampanan [modern day Ampana in Indonesia] from Singapore.
Signed by the ship’s Master, John Ross.
14×26.5cm. good condition.
A Harbour Goes To War
the story of Mulberry and the men who made it happen
Evans, Palmer & Walter
Brook House Publishing, 2000.
locally published account of the inception, construction, and deployment of the Mulberry Harbours in world war 2, and especially the work carried on in the ports and bays of Galloway.
Aboard Queen Mary II, a purser’s life on the Glasgow Boat
Orr, Richard M.
The Grimsay Press, 2011.
an entertaining glimpse of daily life on board on board one of the Clyde’s best loved excursion ships between 1958 and 1964
Advance Programme of Pleasure Sailings, Excursions and Tours, Firth of Clyde and Loch Lomond,
30th May until 28th September, 1959
Caledonian Steam Packet Company in association with British Railway
four-fold timetable, with the iconic aerial view colour Clyde map.