6 edition of Lancashire Coast Pleasure Steamers found in the catalog.
June 1, 2003
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||235|
Captain James Williamson, in his book "Clyde Passenger Steamers " lists turbine steamer TS King Edward as the th Clyde Steamer, following PS Comet of Prior to and the inauguration of services by the North British Railway, Williamson lists vessels. bramerton woods norfolk pride of the yare in the background. neil cox. pride of the yare news paper cutting my father, Eric Jackson, owned both the Pride of the Yare and the Gorleston and took them up the coast from Yarmouth to Hull to Nottingham in the early s. I remember both of these pleasure steamers fairly well, although I was.
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Lancashire coast pleasure steamers. [Andrew Gladwell] A history of Lancashire coastal pleasure steamers. Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first. Book: All Authors / Contributors: Andrew Gladwell.
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For over years, pleasure steamers and paddle steamers operated on day trips from the Yorkshire coastal resorts, sailing from Scarborough, Whitby and Bridlington up and down the coast, giving the day tripper a taste of life aboard in exchange for a few shillings.5/5(2). Thames Coast Pleasure Steamers.
By E.C.B. Thornton. Selling here is a neat little booklet, detailing the pleasure steamers which plied the River Thames and adjacent waters, in the days when folks still took to the water – both for a day out – or as means of getting Rating: % positive.
Lancashire Coastal Pleasure Steamers by Andrew Gladwell Perhaps the most delightful outcome of the Victorian era was the seaside holiday. From the sedate seaside watering place to the hustle and bustle of the larger resorts, each was overfilled with an array of delights such as piers, pleasure palaces, grand hotels and impressive : Andrew Gladwell.
From the first Fleetwood steamers to the Waverley and Balmoral of today, the history of the myriad pleasure steamers that once served the Lancashire Coast is told here for the first time.
Paddle steamers by N. Robins. The book tells us of the musicians that would once perform aboard, and describes the steamers cruising the dramatic coastline and learn about the paddle and pleasure steamer captains and crew that worked the Yorkshire coast. This is a well put together book and I would highly recommend it to anyone with an interest in these coastal excursion.
Operated from the North Wales Coast, but also had vessels stationed at Blackpool Belle (ex-Belle of Landudno): Blackpool Pleasure Steamers () SS Minden SS Protea / Queen of the Bay.
Blackpool Steam Navigation Co () North Wales and Lancashire. Lancashire Coast Pleasure Steamers by Andrew Gladwell. Paperback: pages Publisher: The History Press Ltd (1 Jun ). Lancashire Coast Pleasure Steamers,Andrew Gladwell.
£ + £ P&P. Lakeland Steamers,Andrew Gladwell. £ + £ P&P. Picture Information. Opens image gallery. “ in like NEW Condition - pleasure steamers, 64 Page Book With such as Waverley.
Written by Andrew Gladwell, this book is a fascinating selection of photographs and captions tracing some of the pleasure steamers and paddle steamers operated on day trips from the Yorkshire coast resorts of Whitby, Scarborough and Bridlington up and down the coast.
(Steamers). Clyde Pleasure Steamers: Forty Illustrations of the Best-Known Clyde Steamers, with Descriptive Matter on Separate Tissue ; Enlarged and Revised Edition. Glasgow: James Hedderwick & Sons, [n.d. - ca. lates]. 4, then 40 p. of plates with descriptive text on the tissue guards.
Oblong 8vo, illustrated blue card covers. Lancashire Coast Pleasure Steamers: Andrew Gladwell: Lancashire, Pleasure Steamers. Northward - Historic, topographic, residential, and scenic gleanings between Preston and Lancaster, - Reprint: Anthony Hewitson.
Reprint of the rare book 'Northward' which relates to history of towns & villages between Preston & Lancaster. Coniston railway station was the northern terminus of a branch line in Cumbria, England. History. Authorised by Parliament in August the line to Coniston was open less than two years later in June The Lancashire coast pleasure steamers.
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After reading Andrew Gladwells first class book 'Lancashire Coast Pleasure Steamers' I would be interested in finding out what happened, to P.S. Greyhound. She is also featured in Bernard Cox's book 'Pleasure Steamers'. Greyhound was a good looking boat built by J & G Thompson on the Clyde inflush decked, gross tons, length ft.
Buy South Coast Pleasure Steamers 1st by E. Thornton (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : E. Thornton. The world's longest pleasure pier is at Southend-on-Sea, Essex, and extends miles ( km) into the Thames estuary.
The longest pier on the West Coast of the US is the Santa Cruz Wharf, with a length of 2, feet ( m). Providing a walkway out to sea, pleasure piers often include amusements and theatres as part of their attractions. Read "The Lancashire Nobby Shrimpers, Shankers, Prawners and Trawl Boats" by Nick Miller available from Rakuten Kobo.
Telling the story of the once-ubiquitous Lancashire Nobby, a handsome sailing trawler that was once found in every harbo Brand: Amberley Publishing.
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Cruises by pleasure steamer along the Essex coast have been a popular Brand: Amberley Publishing. Many people remember with great fondness the pleasure steamers that plied the River Thames in the years after the end of the Second World War.
The mighty General Steam Navigation Company, more commonly known as 'Eagle Steamers', dominated the business. But fewer people now appreciate the significant role that the New Medway Steam Packet Company (known as 'Queen Line .Cosens became an important part of daily life at Weymouth, with their extensive and busy workshops providing employment for townsfolk who helped repair many famous South Coast steamers.
Cosens were a central and well-loved part of the life and scenery of Weymouth and Dorset during the heyday of the paddle steamer and are fondly remembered by.