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Tuesday 31 January 2012

Monday 30 January 2012


Container ship being manoeuvred into Greenock Ocean Terminal.

Friday 27 January 2012

Thursday 26 January 2012


First picture shows her passing Toward lighthouse,the last at anchor off the coast at Gourock.

Tuesday 24 January 2012

SD Omagh

SD Omagh heading up the Clyde on a particularly inclement day, although the wind surfers seemed to enjoy the strong winds.

Dutch Submarine

Dutch submarine entering Loch Long.

Friday 20 January 2012

St Sunniva

In 1988, the ro-ro ferry "St. Sunniva" was introduced to P & O Ferries Northern Isles route, making it a daily service along with the "St. Clair" (IV). The "St. Sunniva" was the first and only ro-ro vessel to bear that name, and the third ship on the Shetland-Aberdeen run to do so, she is seen here berthed at the site of Glasgow garden festival during the 1980s.

Tuesday 17 January 2012

Monday 9 January 2012

Marchioness of Lorne (II)

Marchioness of Lorne (II) at Hunters Quay,she was built at Fairfields in 1935 she had a short life meeting the breakers in 1955.
She spent her time sailing between Greenock, Gourock, Kilcreggan, Cove, Blairmore and the Holy Loch piers.