Full Size Printed Plan Clyde vehicle ferry M.V. ARRAN Scale 1:64 Suitable for Radio Control
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Full Size Printed Plan on Two Sheets 39” x 24” and 36" x 21"
Notes and illustrations on plans, Some Photos
There is no radio control insulation shown
Scale 1:64 (s)
Suitable for Radio Control
British Railway Ferry
MV Arran was a pioneering Clyde vehicle ferry introduced by Caledonian Steam Packet Company in 1953. She spent fifteen years on the Upper Clyde crossings, followed by five years at Islay. Initially hoist-loading, via side ramps, these were replaced by a stern ramp in 1973. During her final years with Calmac, she relieved across the network. Several unsuccessful attempts were made to turn her into a floating restaurant, before she was finally scrapped in 1993.