paddle steamer

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Noun1.Paddle steamer - a steam vessel propelled by paddle wheelspaddle steamer - a steam vessel propelled by paddle wheels
side-wheeler - a paddle steamer having a paddle wheel on each side
steamship, steamer - a ship powered by one or more steam engines
sternwheeler - a paddle steamer having the paddle wheel in the stern
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It was with the greatest difficulty they could get her down to the beach, where presently my brother succeeded in attracting the attention of some men on a paddle steamer from the Thames.
Films by local filmakers include: Memories of Renfrew Airport; Launch of the Shieldhall from Lobnitz; Hill Races at the Rest and Be Thankful; Memories of Renfrew Ferry; Glasgow Trams; Return of the Queen Mary II; Clyde Paddle Steamers; School Airflights from Glasgow Airport; Building of Forth Road Bridge; John Burnie and the Scottish National Railway Museum and 1973 Scottish Milk Race.
"Paddle steamers have sailed on the Bristol Channel since the 1800s and Waverley continues this tradition more than 200 years later.
Two new paddle steamers were also added to the fleet, the Elvies and Snowdon.
The fleet included two paddle steamers, which were The Sir Hugh Bell and John H Amos.
From the mid-19th century onwards, fleets of paddle steamers served the coastal passenger excursion trade to cities, towns and villages in Scotland, the Bristol Channel, the South Coast of England, London and the Thames Estuary.
or the historic Waverley lost from our shores AN SOS is going out to the Welsh Assembly to help keep two historic paddle steamers afloat.
As Billy gazes out of the windows at the top, he looks down at the paddle steamers on the Mississippi River.
As paddle steamers are rare it did not take long for them to uncover her history.
Described as the most exciting film discovery of recent times, it shows scenes of day-today life from 1900 to 1913, including paddle steamers, tourists on the beaches and a glimpse of Blackpool's first Mayor, William Henry Cocker.