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This book sets out to tell the story of the early days of steam navigation in the Solent--a small but important chapter of maritime history which has hitherto gone unrecorded.
Since few records concerning these early steamers and their service have survived the years, much of the initial research was devoted to consultation of numerous local. Early Solent Steamers: History of Local Steam Navigation.
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Buy Early Solent Steamers by F.T. O'Brien from Waterstones today. Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £ History Early sail crossings.
Since the Isle of Wight was separated from mainland Britain, probably about years ago, vessels have transported people and goods across the Solent.
 However the earliest record of an Isle of Wight ferry service is from when the Lord of the Manor in Ashey was responsible for boats crossing between Portsmouth and Ryde. Hardback Book Published in Great Condition. Early Solent Steamers.
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The Solent Sea Steam Packet Company, later the Solent Steam Packet Company, operated ferry services between Lymington and Yarmouth on the Isle of Wight between and History. In earlythe company purchased Glasgow from the Lymington, Yarmouth, Cowes and Portsmouth Steam Packet Company, and after refitting, was deployed on the service between Lymington and.
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