The "Waverley" is the last seagoing passenger carrying paddle steamer in the world.
She was built in 1946 at A. and J. Inglis (Glasgow) shipyard and named after Sir Walter Scott's first novel.
V 1: Waverley heading out in the Firth of Clyde on 25.07.2011 (the island of Arran lies in the b/g)
V 2: Returning to her home berth by the Science Centre (just off screen to the right of the BBC building) in the mid evening sunshine on 09.07.2011
Details: see EXIF
My grateful thanks to all who Cand C'd on "Abbeyfield Gold".
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