Three of my photos of the grand old lady. The first I took from near the old Cairndhu Hotel as she crossed the river in 2012′ 43 more words
3 months ago
Talk of the Town
A new café has recently opened at 18 Bridge Street.
The Waverley, which is run by the Loughran family from Ravensdale, serves teas, coffees, lunches, desserts and much more. 22 more words
2 years ago
Summary: Largs to Rhu. 23.6 miles in 4 hours and 10 minutes. A varied passage – winds between Force 0 and 6 and the weather everything from cloudy to full sun. 237 more words
2 years, 1 month ago
The Ben Lomond Free Press
I took a wee trip on the old paddle steamer last week.
I only had the wee camera with me but this wasn’t a bad shot with the Cumbraes, Arran and Bute in the background. 20 more words
3 years ago
It’s one of the defining sights of the Clyde Firth and Estuary. Every time I see the Waverley paddle steamer my inner wee boy jumps up and down and exclaims “There’s the Waverley!” 24 more words
3 years, 1 month ago
This years Waverley railtours throughout the summer Saturdays from York to Carlisle and return. Have seen Royal Scot 46115 and Black 5 44932 working recently. Stuart caught up with the Scot at Bolton Percy on 30/07/11. 73 more words
4 years ago
We passed the Waverley on the way back last night but I only had my phone for photos and didn’t get a good one.
How about this shot of the old lady passing Dumbarton Rock?