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Wed, 05 Aug 2009
The Vital Spark, The Caladonian, Bromielaw, even a distant view of the amazing QE2. More interesting facts on the websiite I got some of my information from. Thankyou Gerrard



the Puffer VIC 72 - Vital Spark - was the last working Clyde Puffer

The Vital Spark
'Eilean Eisdeal' was the name given to her by the Easdale Shipping Company but she was re-registered in 2006 as the Vital Spark after the stories written by the Inveraray writer Neil Munro who wrote about 'Para Handy', skipper of the puffer, the 'Vital Spark'.

Arran's history dates so far back that it becomes tangled up in Celtic myths and legends of Scotland's past.

From the strange standing stones on Machrie Moor to the chequered history of Brodick Castle to the very cave where Robert the Bruce was supposed to have encountered thespider

River Clyde Photography

by Gerrard Ward, who tells us:-

I have no special knowledge of shipping matters,there are other sites which will give you the low down on all the technical stuff.
I am just an amateur photographer who enjoys taking photographs of ships and boats,The Firth of Clyde is a tremendously scenic place and I hope some of this comes through in my photographs.


Caladonian

Caledonia at Rothesay Dock,in the background is the QE2 which has just been launched,the folk on Caledonia must have had a splendid view
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If you would like to see more of Gerrard's Postcards etc please go to:




http://gerrardward@googlemail.com
If you would like to contact him,this is his email address:
gerrardward@googlemail.com
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