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Coastal passenger steamers and inland navigations in the north of Ireland. by D. B. McNeill

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Published by Transport Museum in Belfast .
Written in English


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SeriesBelfast,Transport Museum. Transport handbooks -- no.3
The Physical Object
Pagination29p. :
Number of Pages29
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13899684M

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P MCNEILL, D.B. - Coastal Passenger Steamers and inland navigations in the north of Ireland. No. 3 Transport Handbook Belfast Transport Museum P MCROBB, A.W. - The North Boats. The story of the North of Scotland, Orkney and Shetland Shipping Company P MEDLAND, J.C. - Shipwrecks of the Wight P MEEDENDORP, T - Otto Eerelman. A century of North Sea passenger steamers [Greenway, Ambrose] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. A century of North Sea passenger steamers5/5(1). Review: The Brokage Book of Southampton, –4, Crossing the Itchen. Geoffrey Martin. Geoffrey Martin. See all articles by this author. Review: Coastal Passenger Steamers and Inland Navigations in the North of Ireland. J. Graeme Bruce. J. . COASTAL PASSENGER STEAMERS AND INLAND NAVIGATIONS IN THE SOUTH OF IRELAND, by D.B. McNeill. Belfast: The Transport Museum (Transport Handbook No. 6), (issued in ). 44 pp. (text) + 12 pp. (plates). 3s. 6d. CANALIANA, the annual bulletin of Robertstown Muintir na Tire.

  In the Bibliography it is noted that a picture of the 'FH' and of the 'Shannon' may be found in the same author's "Coastal Passenger Steamers and Inland Navigations in the South of Ireland", Belfast, , Shannon, Iron, ' x 21', paddle, compound, Belfast. Listed as Iron, but I'd guess, at that date of build it may be steel. Coastal Passenger Steamers and Inland Navigations in the N of Ireland: McNeill, D B: P/B: Coastal Passenger Steamers and Inland Navigations in the S of Ireland: McNeill, D B: P/B: Coastal Sailing Craft: Gardner, John: Cruising Guide to . The change in the 60's from traditional Ferries to Car Ferries. In this book the Ferries. ISBN In vey good condition. North West Steamships. softcover 87 pages, history of the services and ferries in the Irish Sea. In good condition. Coastal Passenger Steamers and inland navigations in the south of Ireland. Bestel. No. 6. The North Coast Steam Navigation Company was a shipping company that operated in Australia, formed as the Grafton Steam Navigation Company in The company was later renamed the Clarence & Richmond River Steam Navigation Company before being renamed in December as the Clarence, Richmond & Macleay River Steam Navigation Company.. On 13 August .