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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clyde_puffer

The Clyde puffer is a type of small coal-fired and single-masted cargo ship built mainly on the Forth and Clyde canal and which provided a vital supply link ...

www.tradboat2.co.uk/sourcepages/clydepuffers/clydepuffersource%20page.htm

4 days ago ... Clyde Puffers and VICs. Resources for ship lovers and model makers.

savethepuffer.co.uk

Our five day cruises include the Clyde, Crinan Canal, . ... Packed full of tried and tested recipes from the Puffer's galley, fantastic photographs, fun David Hawson ...

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Jul 4, 2010 ... VIC 32 is the last seagoing coal fired steam 'Clyde Puffer'. She was built in 1943 and has been well known for the last 30 years on the West ...

www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b06s5n0f

Dec 14, 2015 ... The rich history of one of Scotland's best-loved boats, the Clyde Puffer.

www.telegraph.co.uk/travel/destinations/europe/united-kingdom/scotland/articles/Scotland-on-a-vintage-steamship

Apr 12, 2014 ... Sam Llewellyn explores Scotland's West Coast and islands in a restored Clyde Puffer steamship.

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May 2, 2016 ... This was a film I made in the summer of 2015 exploring the story of the Clyde Puffer (a wee Scottish supply boat with a romantic history).

www.daz3d.com/clyde-puffer

Build up your fleet! Sail the coastal waters and rivers on the Clyde Puffer, the smaller sister of the Tramp Steamer. The Clyde Puffer was a small steamboat that  ...

vic27.co.uk

Clyde puffers – small general purpose cargo boats – were the 'pack horses' of the Hebrides and western seaboard from the 1880s to the 1960s. Served only ...