Thursday, 27 August 2009

A little catch up....

Above: Here I am on barge on the Transport, Infrastructure and Climate Change committee away day, Edinburgh Quay to Ratho and back. 25.8.9

Above: Me on the PS Waverley on final cruise off isle of Arran 27.8.9 The world's oldest seaghoing pasddle steamer deserves full support that museums and archeology get. If summers don't improve the Scottish leg of its duties will reduce; that's because passengers are more numerous on the English south coast and in the Thames. I discussed the prospects with Capt Clark and other directors of the company on board off the east side of Arran.

Travelling on Waverley is an experience to be recommended and unlikely to be forgotten.

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