by R.M. Wilson
Cassell & Co. London, 1956.
quite a scarce study of the great liners of the 1920’s and 30’s.
1st edition. 256 pages. illustrated with photos.
very good condition hardback in a slightly edge torn dust-jacket.
Isambard Kingdom Brunel, Samuel Cunard and the revolutionary world of the great Atlantic steamships
by Stephen Fox
by A.I. Bowman.
Strathkelvin District Libraries, 1983
primarily a history of J & J Hay, builders of Clyde Puffers and other small craft.
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 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