Chris Graham on 23rd February 2024
We consider the uncertain future of the once influential North Carr Lightship as her metal construction reaches critical condition.
Chris Graham on 19th December 2023
James Hendrie recounts the short career of the German pocket battleship, Admiral Graf von Spee, which sank nine ships before being stopped.
Chris Graham on 22nd November 2023
Conrad Waters reviews the career of HMS Swiftsure, the final Royal Navy cruiser to be delivered during World War II.
Chris Graham on 2nd November 2023
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Chris Graham on 29th August 2023
This historic 1899 steam ship Sir Walter Scott has returned to service on Loch Katrine, following a £750,000 renovation project.
Chris Graham on 16th August 2023
Neil McCart recounts two eventful years in the career of HMS Albion, after her conversion from an aircraft carrier to a commando carrier.
Chris Graham on 18th July 2023
Historic 1896 tall ship secures additional funding for essential restoration work to help secure its long-term future on the River Clyde.
Chris Graham on 10th July 2023
We bring an encouraging update as the restoration of HMS Caroline, the last surviving warship from the Battle of Jutland, continues.
Chris Graham on 20th May 2023
Jim Shaw remembers the short-lived Canadian City Line that worked the trade routes from Canada to India, Pakistan and Ceylon in the 1970s.
Chris Graham on 15th May 2023
Jim Shaw looks at some of the cargo ships which called at the Canadian port of Montreal in the post-war era.
Chris Graham on 26th April 2023
Paul Brown takes time to assess the significant changes made to the Royal Navy during the second Elizabethan age.
Chris Graham on 12th April 2023
Peter Knego recalls the sad story of the former Union-Castle liner RMS Windsor Castle, and a final visit he made to the ship back in 1998.