by Robert C. Leslie
Chapman & Hall, 1894.
the scarce original edition of these delightful reminiscences of 19th century south coast yachting, mostly in the tiny “Foam”. illustrated by the author, who was also a renowned artist.
1st edition. ppxix 276.
internally clean, but the binding is rather rubbed and a bit worn and stained.
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 D.B. McNeill
David & Charles, 1969-71.
volume one covers the north of Ireland, and volume 2, the south.
the standard work on the history of passenger steamship services around Ireland
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 R.M. Wilson
Cassell & Co. London, 1956.
quite a scarce study of the great liners of the 1920’s and 30’s.