A waterline model of the Passenger ferry PS Caledonia 1934 28x9.5x10ins. (71x24x25cm)
Lot 111
A waterline model of the Passenger ferry PS Caledonia 1934 28x9.5x10ins. (71x24x25cm)
Sold for £312 (US$ 522) inc. premium
Auction Details
Lot Details
A waterline model of the Passenger ferry PS Caledonia 1934
Built by J Garven Wood in 1988. Composite hull, painted black to the waterline, with fully enclosed paddle boxes and white superstructure. Cream decks with inscribed plank lines. Details include passenger benches, ship's boats on davits. Set on a moulded, painted sea, in an acrylic case. 28x9.5x10ins. (71x24x25cm)

Footnotes

  • Built by Denny Brothers, Dunbarton, for the Caledonian Steam Packet Co. and used in their Clyde service. During WW2 she was taken into the Navy as a Minesweeper and renamed HMS Goatfell. Returning to service after the war, she was used as an excursion steamer until sold for scrap in 1969. However, she was saved by a businessman and stationed on the Victoria Embankment, London as a floating pub named Old Caledonia. Severely damaged by fire in 1980, she was finally scrapped at Sittingbourne.
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