In 1947, one of the last paddle steamers built in the UK entered service on the Clyde.
She was the PS Waverley, now famous as the world's last sea-going paddler.
She is now a frequent site around the British coast, taking many thousands of pleasure seekers on day trips from many British ports and harbours.
From the Clyde to the Thames, from the Bristol Channel to the South Coast, Waverley is a magnificent sight.
Totally rebuilt early this century, she is destined for another sixty years of service.
Alistair Deyton and Iain Quinn take us on a nostalgic trip through sixty years of Waverley history.