by F.C. Thornley
T. Stephenson, 1962.
2nd edition. 94 pages. illustrated.
very good condition hardback in the dust-jacket, with repaired tear to the rear
by John Simpson
Govan Fair Association, 1987
largely pictorial, illustrating and describing Govan built ships, with introductory text on the shipyards and docks of the area
by Chris Collard
Tempus Publishing, 2006.
the definitive history of the P & A Campbell steamer operations on the Bristol Channel and and south coast during the Victorian era
by Andrew McQueen
Glasgow, Gowans & Gray, 1924.
21 entertaining pieces on the early years of the Clyde steamers.
the very scarce limited edition, printed on hand-made paper, in a quarter-buckram binding, and limited to only one hundred numbered copies, signed by the author
by Miles Smeeton
Rupert Hart-Davis, 1960
eventful voyaging in the Smeeton’s ketch Hang