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Waverley At Night , Glasgow
Scotland

The Waverley was built on the Clyde in 1947 . It is now the last sea going paddle steamer in the world .

It's original route was planned only to service between Arrochar and Craigendorran on the west coast of Scotland but now after a £6m restoration it makes regular excursions from the River Clyde , River Thames , Bristol Channel and the South coast of England .

Copyright: Alan Mc Lean (Albiphotography)
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Uploaded: 21/03/2011
Updated: 28/08/2014
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Tags: uk; scotland; glasgow; pacific quay; waverley; paddle steamer; night-time
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