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  1. m.v. BUTE

    m.v. BUTE - Rothesay to Wemyss Bay service. Photo taken from m.v. ARGYLE heading to Rothesay.
  2. Bute

    Caledonian Steam Packet Co. Ltd. Built 1954 by Ailsa Shipbuilding Co. at Troon 568 tons gross, 185 foot x 36 foot, speed @ 15 knots
  3. Bute

    Bute departing from Rothesay on the Firth of Clyde with the yacht Drum in the background. 24th July 2013.
  4. Bute

    Bute departing from Rothesay on the Firth of Clyde 24th July 2013.
  5. Bute

    Bute departing from Rothesay on the Firth of Clyde 24th July 2013.
  6. Port Banntyne Isle of Bute

    Old fishing boat slowly rotting away at the Old Quay, Port Bannatyne.
  7. Bute

    Leaving Rothesay
  8. Puffer Gone with the Wind

    'By Chove,' said Para Handy, as he rolled down the pier at Kilchattan in Bute, 'Iss ma eyes no gettin' bad them days? Ah left the 'Vital Spark' ***** an' span an' tied up, an' look at her now...on top o' a pole!' 'Aye', said MacPhail, 'it's time they wass puttin' your eyes in a sling, richt enough,
  9. BUTE leaving Rothesay

    This and other Bute/Rothesay photographs were taken during a fine spell of weather in early September 2009.
  10. BUTE

    LEAVING ROTHESAY 1955
  11. BUTE

  12. MV Bute

    The new car ferry MV Bute arriving at Wemyss Bay, July 05.
  13. MV Bute

    The new Polish built Wemyss Bay/Rothesay car ferry MV Bute. Taken July 05.
  14. BUTE

    Controversially built in Poland,BUTE is the latest edition to the Clyde ferry fleet of Caledonian MacBrayne and entered service on the Wemyss Bay-Rothesay service on 11th July 2005. This was taken at Wemyss Bay as she arrived from Rothesay.
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