Built 1931 by Fairfield at Govan for LNER
Later ran for Caledonian Steam Packet Co
In 1964 was renamed Queen of the South for coastal cruising in the south of the UK
1967 Broken up
Painting by JC McConnochie in the British Mercantile Marine Memorial Collection
From a postcard issued
1931 Fairfield built paddle steamer for Clyde services of LNER later Caledonian Steam Packet Co.
She was withdrawn in 1964 and became QUEEN OF THE SOUTH and had a chequered career sailing on the Thames.Finally broken up in Belgium in 1967.Her running mate,WAVERLEY made it to the preservation scene a