by Comm.Randolph Pears
not in the ‘Parkes’ class, but a useful history.
214 pages. illustrated.
very good condition hardback in a slightly edge torn dust-jacket.
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 Henry Leach
Leo Cooper, 1993
from cadet in 1937 to Admiral of the Fleet in 1982, and later First Sea Lord.
World Ship Society, 1997.
a comprehensive history of the coastal tramp ship owners of Liverpool and the Mersey.
by A.I. Bowman.
Strathkelvin District Libraries, 1983
primarily a history of J & J Hay, builders of Clyde Puffers and other small craft.