The Steamer

'Woodcock'

on the Granton to London route

 

The Crew of 'Woodcock'   -     c.1906

Granton Harbour  -  'Woodcock'  -  Steamer to London

  Copyright: Peter Stubbs  -   please contact peter.stubbs@edinphoto.org.uk

 

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     Granton Harbour  -  'Woodcock'  -  Steamer to London

 

Granton Steamer

'Woodcock'

Postcard

This postcard was written on board 'Woodcock' in Granton Harbour on December 15, 1909, and posted from Edinburgh to London the same day.

Steamer

'The Scotsman' newspaper, on September 28, 1906, carried the advert  for Woodcock' reproduced below:

 

Advertisement

EDINBURGH TO LONDON

GENERAL STEAM NAVIGATION CO LTD

SWIFT STEAMSHIPS from GRANTON HARBOUR

SEAMEW  -  WEDNESDAYS at 3 P.M.

WOODCOCK (New Steamer)  -  SATURDAYS at 3 P.M.

Fares:- First Cabin 22s:    Return 34s:    2d Cabin 16s
Return 24s 6d;  Deck (Soldiers and Sailors only):  10s

COMBINED STEAMER AND HOTEL TRIPS

LONDON AND BACK

5 DAYS, 3.      6 days, 3 10s.      9 DAYS, 5

12 DAYS, 6 10s.      13days, 7.      16 DAYS, 8 10s

Including First-Class Passage, and all Meals on Steamer.

Table d'Hote Diner in the Evening.  Bedroom, Table
d'Hote Breakfast, Light, and attendance at the Manchester
Hotel, Aldersgate Street.  An Omnibus from the Manchester
Hotel conveys Tourists and their Luggage from Steamer to Hotel,
 and from Hotel to Steamer without Extra Charge.

Full particulars on application

16 Waterloo Place, Edinburgh,  ROBERT SINCLAIR

The Scotsman,  September 28, 1906:  page 10

 

 

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