TS Duchess of Hamilton rigging plan: large prints for ship enthusiasts

The builder’s rigging plan of Duchess of Hamilton comes in a pristine print, using a scan of the original. The plan, which includes details of trials, is ideal for framing and wall hanging. Your 40cm by 30cm print will not have copyright watermarks on it

The builder’s rigging plan for the 1932 Clyde steamer Duchess of Hamilton is one of a number of A3-size prints on offer from the CRSC Shop. The plan gives a fascinating insight into the vessel’s profile and sleekness of design. It includes a list of particulars, including date of trials and trial speed.

This unique print is perfect for framing and hanging on your wall as a memento of the much-loved turbine, which was withdrawn from service after the 1970 season and broken up in 1974.

A print of Martyn Mackrill’s beautiful seascape, showing the 1890 Duchess of Hamilton at Hunter’s Quay, is one of a number of other jumbo-size prints available from CRSC. It is reproduced by courtesy of the artist

It is one of a number of images, all measuring 40cm x 30cm, which are now available in high-quality prints. Click here to see them all.

They include the famous Walter Kerr photographic portrait of Duchess of Hamilton leaving Millport c1962, and two magnificent seascapes by professional artist Martyn Mackrill, one featuring the 1890 paddle steamer Duchess of Hamilton at Hunter’s Quay during the Royal Clyde Yacht Club regatta season, and one of the pioneering turbine King Edward on trials on the Skelmorlie mile in 1901 .

Please note that the price for paid-up CRSC members is significantly lower than for non-members, who can make up the difference by joining CRSC for the £10 introductory membership fee, thereby taking advantage of all the other benefits of membership.

We have a limited supply, so order now by clicking here to secure your print.

These jumbo-size prints will be despatched post-free in specially robust tubes. Please allow two-to-three weeks for delivery.

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Below: the famous Walter Kerr photo-portrait of Duchess of Hamilton leaving Millport c1962

Published on 17 March 2023