An Index to Clyde Steamers numbers 1-53 and also to article-like items in the C.R.S.C. Review from 1965 to 1992.

References for Clyde Steamers are Number:Pages, e.g 25:14-18 and for Review Year:Pages, e.g. R82:21-22.


Beale, Robert: “North South East West ps Carham” 50:10

Beilby, Patrick: "Comet Rediscovered" 2:6-7

Bell, J.J.: "Summer Holiday 35:33-35

Bennett, AE: “Very Rough…….”(KGV cruise) 46:44-46

Blue, Wylie: “A Campbeltown Postscipt”42:15-17

Bowman, A.I.: "Old Caledonia" R72:23-24; "Early Paddle Steamers in Perspective" 18:12-19; "Alliance" 21:27-35

Boyd, Robin B.: "Cruising Out of Oban" 5:15-22; "Cruising Down the Cart" 12:4-9, "Double Century" 21:21-26; "Diamond King" 22:1-10

Brash, Ronald W.: "Cruising out of Ayr" 25:8-12; "Sou'West Centenary - A Celebration" 28:1-7

Brown, Douglas: "The Rifle on Loch Arkaig" 1:10; "Coulport Pier" 11:1-2; "Tales from Loch Katrine" 15:17-25; "The Loch Ossian Steamer Cailleach" 18:24-25; "Is This the Curlew?" 26:32; “Earliest Steamer Photo?” 47:17

Brown, John T.A.: "In the Good Old Summer Time" 8:3-14; "The Roaring Forties" 18:1-9

Brown, Leslie “An Assistant Purser’s Diary” 41:12-27; “Letter from a Purser” 48:45; “The Bonny Jeanie Deans” 50:20

Brown, Norman “Fergusons, ferries and finish” 45:40-47

Callan, W. Leslie N: "Our Life Story" 5:11-12; "Fifty Years of Arran Travel" 14:25-28; "Belfast by Daylight" 23:31-35

Cameron, Stuart D.: "Waverley in the Hebrides 1981-1989" 29:5-17

Chalmers,Humphrey: “Bicycles and Perambulators” 48:29-31

Clark,A: “Echoes of old Clyde news cuttings 1” 41:2-11; “Echoes of old Clyde news cuttings 2” 42:3-10

“Echoes of old Clyde news cuttings 3” 43:29-36; “Capt. Steve Michel” 44:11-13; “The Story of the Keppel” 44:28-36; “And so to War” 46: 21-27; “The Yard andtheir ships” 45:1; “Remembering the George” (with H Jordan) 46:37-46; “In the Wake of the Comet” 47:1; “Guy Robertson” 47:2-7; “The Sannox[1957]” 47:39-49; “Pursers’ Tales – Jim McFadzean” 48:1-4; “Tom Nellis” 49:2; “It was a touch of Para Handy – Loch Carron” 49:19; “The Seaforth – genesis and exodus” 49:32; “Over the sea to Stornoway – the new Loch Seaforth” 50:2; “The 1980s were CalMac’s Best 51:1-7; “Andy McCrindle” 52: 2-7; “It was humanity that made the Montrose” 52:42-52; “ Class of ’64” 53:2-14; “From 48 knots to 11” 53:19-22

Cleary, Robert: "Life Aboard the Maids" 14:1-10

Cormack, Alastair: "Cruise 6-66" 4:18-23

Coull, James B.: "Pride of the Bay" 10:19

Craig, Stuart: "Island Hop 1994 - A Clyde Odyssey" 31:31-34,“Farewell to CalMac Clyde Cruising” 37:17-27; “There are folk who don ‘t understand us” 50:6

Crawford, Derek: "The Last Days of the White Funnel" 30:18-23; “High Tea” 49:8; “The Revolution Begins 1949” 51:46-52

Dale,Tom: “Tales from the Ticket Office” 39: 3-11

Davidson, Hamish: "From Kingston Dock to Stornoway, July 1962" 28:31-34

Deayton, Alistair: "Sold Abroad" 31:20-30

Docherty, David W.: "WemyssBay Exiles in Lancashire" 28:15-28

Ship that made a Difference,A [Bonnie Doon](Docherty) 39:12-24

Docherty, Derek : “AShip that made a Difference[Bonnie Doon]” 39:12-24

Dunlop, Graeme: "Devoniun" R88:27-28

Fraser, Kenneth C.: "Early Clyde Steamers" 20:15-17; "Leaves from a Victorian Tourist's Notebook" 26:33; "A Meeting With An Old Friend" 35:20-22; with Fraser G. MacHaffie "A Highland Steamer at War" 24:22-27; “What’s in a Name?” 47:18-22

Ferguson,Gillon: “View from the North Bank” 44: 2-10; “Twilight of a God – Jupiter [1937]” 48:19-28

Graham, Duncan: "The Real Queen Mary" 29:22-30

Grimshaw, Geoffrey: "Last Days of Lochinvar" 2:10; "The Day Before Yesterday" 3:26-30; "From Molville" 9:21-29; "East, South and North by West" 11:23-28; "Robina" 14:29-36; "Eight Day Season" 17:1-11

Haddow, Thomas M.: "White Funnel Turbine Steamers" 2:3-9

Hall, Ian O.: "The French Connection" 18:10-11; "Looks Familiar" R84:23; "The Italian Job" 22:11-17; "Return to Sorrento" 26:15-17; "Western Ferries" 32:1-12; "One Day of Sun and Fun" 35:16-19

Hamilton, David: “Early Railway Steamers 1” 42:18-31; “Early Railway Steamers 2” 44:14-27; “Great Strides and awful Calamities 51:21-45

Hart, Thomas: "Paddle Steamer Isle of Arran" 4:11-17; “Reminiscences of a Purser” 40: 2-8

Herriot, Peter G.: "The Graham" 10:20-28; "The Wee Lorne" 16:1-3; "The Railway Motor Boats" 19:12-21; "The Turbine "Sannox"" 21:36-40; "The Twins of '37" 23:1-7

Hogg, Graeme: “Decade of decisions deferred” 53: 39-48

Innes, John A.: "The Clydebank Paddlers" 34:26-36

Kerr, David: "The Remarkable Williamsons" 34:1-11

Langmuir, Graham E.: "NB Clyde Centenary" 2:16-19; "Return to Ullapool" 9:15-19; "The Three Pioneers" 11:15-21; "Centenary Steamer Claymore" 17:32-35; "Loch Lomond Passenger Steamers" 26:1-14; “Recollections of Graham Langmuir” 43: 2-4

Lappin, J Graham: “Steam-boat Miscellany” 40:29-37; “The Saut-water Gazette” 41:28-32

Lind, William: "Hero at Dumbarton" 19:9-11; "Ardencaple's Progress to Dumbarton" 23:14-17

Lunn, John E.: "Caledonia 1934-1980" 16:16-25

M, I.M.: "Yard No. 644" 27:28-34

MacArthur, Iain C.: "Centenary Steamer Guinevere" 5:26-28; "Centenary Steamer Scotia" 15:23-27; "A Nice Little Steamer: The Story of the Madge Wildfire" 24:1-11; "Calvacade of Colour: Gourock steamers in war and Peace: 1914-1922"; with Fraser G. MacHaffie "Portpatrick-Donaghadee: The Real Short Sea Route" 7:23-27; with Richard N.W. Smith "Castle Pier Centenary" 11:28-30; MacBrayne’s Fusilier” 47:10-16

McCaul, James S.: "Port Bannatyne Pier, 1857-1939" 2:13-15; "252 Years' Service" 7:10-11; "Muckle Flugga" 10:29-30

McColl, Donald: "Funnel Tops and Sailing Days" 15:13-17; "Veterans of '46" 33:14-16; “Barclay Curle Paddlers” 45:25-30

McCrorie, Ian: "The Last of the Castle Steamers" 6:9-23; "Duchess of Hamilton" 9:1-9; "Centenary Steamer Chancellor" 16:28-37; "Jubilee Sisters" 20:1-13; "Random Thoughts of a Cruise Convener" 22:21-33

MacDuff, Lawrence J.: "A Look at Lochiel" 3:13-16; "A Maid of All Work" 7:12-15; "Lochfyne: An Enthusiast's Appreciation" 17:20-25; "Loch Seaforth: Lifeline to Lewis" 23:36-40; The Last..and the First:Denny’s Arran” 45:2-14; “When Columba kissed St Kilda” 53:15-18

MacHaffie, Fraser G.: "Stranraer for Ireland" 8:19-35; "Bonnie Loch Ryan to Dark Loch Goil" 10:15-19; "Sailing on Loch Shiel" 13:6-13; "The Eglinton Tournament" 14:10-12; "The Tale of the Giraffe" 17:12-20; "The "Margaret"" 18:20-21; "Summer of '40, plans gane agley" 23:10-13,41; "A Ship Never Built" 25:15,18-22; "The Demise of the Campbeltown Service" 27:1-10; "The Beginning of the End: A 1964 Retrospective" 35:7-15; “The Breadalbane, Part 1” 36:3-20; “ Breadalbane, Part 2” 37:28-37; “Pioneering Partners of Partick” 45:15-24; “A Queen goes to Victoria” 46: 2-11; “Looking Back” 48:33-44; “Tickets Please!” 50:44; “One of the most congenial mariners” 52:24-34

with Kenneth C. Fraser "A Highland Steamer at War" 24:22-27; with Iain C. MacArthur "Portpatrick-Donaghadee: The Real Short Sea Route" 7:23-27; “The Tale of Operation Shortbread” 53:23-32

Mackay “Floating Post Offices of the Clyde”37: 3-17

McKenzie, Peter: "memories of the Lorne" 31:17-19

McKichan, Finlay: “Seven summers” 53:33-38

MacLagan, Ian: "Isle of Arran to Isle of Arran" 20:22-29; "A Wartime Meeting" 24:29-32

MacLeod, Iain M.: "Two Marchionesses" 26:18-31; "The First Summer" 33:24-33; “Garelochhead to Ailsa Craig” 38:22-35; “Capt. John Cameron “ 39:25-30(with Quinn,I); “Centenary and a Golden Jubilee[CSPC]” 39:31-37; “Three Busy Ferries[ABC]”40:24-28; “Ayr Steamers of Fifty Years Ago” 42:11-14; “After Dunkirk”(from John Cameron story)42:32-37; “Year of Plenty, 1932” 43:13-28; “ Then There Were Three[Clyde turbines in 1962] “46: 28-36; “Andrew Dawson Reid” 48:5-18; “A year in life of Duchess Hamilton” 49:16; Close to Danger –HMS Goatfell” 49:24; “Just Another Day” 51:8-20; Life on Mars” 52:8-17; “I Remember You” 53:49-51

McQueen, Andrew: “A Lecture Given by” 43: 5-12

Marshall, Cameron: "From Stocks to Service" 6:23-24

Marshall, Robert A.: "Memories..." 29:31-35

Milne, Peter: "Memories of the Arran Run" 4:24-29; "Fairlie Pier Centenary" 18:26-35; "The Arran Run" 21:1-20

Mowat, R.G.: "On Board the Old Columba" 4:1-4

Munro, Neil: "The Last Run" 31:2-4

Newth, John: “In Pursuit of a Marchioness” 47:23-25; “The ‘big’ Cumbrae” 50:39

Orr, Richard Interview: "Queen Mary II - Queen Mary: the Story of a Queen, Part 2 - from 1957 Onwards" 19:28-32

Parsons, David: "These Things Happen" 35:22-24; “The Summer of ’68” 41:33-37

Paterson, Colin S.: Caledonian MacBrayne: Present and a Look into the Future" 22:18-20

Payne, Eric D.G.: "The Dandie Steams South" 13:1-5; "Heather on the Solent" 15:3-8; "The Early Days of WindsorCastle" 17:26-29

Primrose, Terry: "Brighten Up the Liveries" 23:8-10; "A Cypriot Princess" 30:33-35; "A Century of Clyde Steamer Photography" 33:17-23

Quayle, David: "Dumfries & Galloway to the Isle of Man" 13:26-32; "Early History of the Steamer Service Between Isle of Man Ports and the Clyde" 25:3-7

Quinn,I: “Captain John Cameron”39: 25-30 (with MacLeod,I)

Ramsay, Ian: "Big Bob and the Royal Route" 19:1-8; "Advent of the Saloon Steamer" 30:13-16; "Erchie-me-Uncle" 33:1-5; "A Revolutionary Steamer" 34:14-17; “A Boy From Gometra” 36:29-33; “Compleat Shipbuilder” 45:31-39; “Remembering the George 2” 48:48-49; “”Questions of Speed” 52:35-41

Redwood, Stewart: "The Cluthas" 30:3-12; "Over the Sea to Skye" 32:23-33; “The Kyles of Bute Ferry” 34-37

Robertson, Donald: "Passenger by Clyde Cargo" 4:5-6; "Taken For Granted" 6:30-34; "Halcyon Days" 10:2-7; "North West Passage" R83:23-24; "Some Recollections of 1932" 28:10-14; "Centenary Steamer: Duchess of Rothesay" 31:5-16; "Not a Bad Five Bob's Worth" 35:1;“Across Bonnie Scotland by Canal “ 38: 1

Rodger, Alex F.: "An Ambition Realised" 5:7-8

Rowe, Richard L.: "The Bob Yacht" 3:1-6; "Portrait of a Purser: David Gilchrist" 3:13-14; "Third Time Lucky" 11:13-15

Savage, Gordon.: “I never tired of sailing through the Kyles” 49:27

Schofield, Eric J.: "Force 9 on the Beaufort Scale" 35:25-28; “Wonderful way to say Goodbye[mv Glen Sannox]” 38: 3-4

Semple, Neil T.: "Kintyre Memories" 15:1-3

Shannon, Ian H.: "Jottings from the Squeak" 15:31-33

Smith, Eric T.H.: "Clyde Steamer Memories Pre-1939" 24:14-20

Smith, Richard N.W.: "Kilmun Recollections" 1:11-15; "A Day's Cruise to Girvan on the Jeanie Deans" 3:8-12; "The Story of the Lorne" 4:8-10; "Queen-Empress to Campbeltown" 5:3-6; "Magnificent and Swift Saloon Steamer" 7:1-7; "Benmore 1876-1923" 12:17-23; "A Day in the Dandie" 14:13-24; "The Clyde Steamers as I Knew Them: Duchess of Fife" 20:30-37; "The Clyde Steamers as I Knew Them: Jupiter 1896" 25:23-36; "Lochfyne" 27:17-27,37; "Three Lochs in 1947" 35:2-6; “By Turbine and by Paddler to the Kyles” 36:21-28; “Dalriada “ 38:5-11; “Lucy Ashton” 40: 9-23; “Duchess of Argyll” 46:12-20; “A view from the shore” 50:16

Speirs, James C.: "Steamers to the East of Arran, 1825-1892" 33:6-13

Stromier, George M.: "Princes Pier Centenary" 5:22-25; "Brodick Pier" 6:26-29; "Near Neighbours of the Gareloch" 7:7-9; "Inveraray" 8:15-18; "Largs Pier" 9:11-14; "Our Founder: John C. Wood" 10:1; "Innellan Pier" 10:8-12; "Red White & Black Reverie" 11:3-12; "Dawdling at Dunoon" 12:10-16; "The Development of the Saloon" 28:29-30; “Magnificent Mars” 38:6-37

Struthers, Sandy: "David MacBrayne" 29:1-4

Taylor, J “Teenage Travels”38:12-21

Tedstone, Mike “Ailsa’s unlucky Queen” 50:31; “From Holy Loch to Hotwells” 52:18-23

"Twist, Oliver": "War on Want" 6:25

Tucker, Colin “Afloat on the Minch” 49:41

Vogt, Leo J.: "p s Neptune 1892-1917" 1:3-6; "Steamer Personality: Captain Hector MacKenzie" 2:11; "Steamer Personality: Captain Duncan Campbell" 3:24-25; "Steamer Personality: Captain Turner McAlister" 4:7-8; "Steamer Personality: Captain Peter Leitch" 5:9-10; "Steamer Personality: Captain John Macleod" 6:6-7; "Steamer Personality: Captain Donald Crawford" 7:21-23; "Captain Alex F. Rodger" 8:1-2; "An Ace Master" 9:10-11; "A Craigendoran Dignitary" 10:13-14; "A MacBrayne Personage" 11:30-32; "A Prince of Shiphandlers" 12:1-3; "The First Lord" 13:14-25; "Uncle Johnnie" 15:9-12; "The Teetotal Boat" 16:4-15; "Steamer Personality: Captain Duncan MacNeill" 18:22-24; "Extracts From Leo Vogt's Wartime Diary" 23:19,22-30; "Steamer Personality: Captain Hugh Campbell" 24:27-29; "George Stromier 1904-1988" 25:1-2; "The Paddler Glen Sannox" 27:11-16

Walker, Marshall: "The Electric Mouse" 6:1-5

Watson,DWJ: “Identifying Early Clyde Steamers” 47:26-38

Wood, John C.: "Some Reflections on our Foundation" 5:1-3; "Records Old and New" 7:16-21