Coastal Shipping is run by Bernard McCall has written and published more than 35 maritime titles himself, many of them about Coastal Shipping. In addition he has published many more titles written by a range of authors on maritime subject.
Nautilus Telegraph's Book of the Month for May 2020. The first full history of the Harwich - Zeebrugge train ferry service, written by an ex-employee with access to previously unpublished material and images.
This comprehensive company history will have a niche audience, but promises rich rewards for connoisseurs of British coastal shipping.
As the introductory sections explain, Coast Lines Limited 1913-1975 is the last in a series of four books exploring the companies that would
eventually form Coast Lines – ‘the largest and most successful coastal shipping company of the 20th century’.
Andrew Wiltshire’s 2018 volume South Wales Tugs in Colour took the reader on a journey down the Bristol Channel from Newport to Swansea, and now we’re heading back up again with another quirky picture book.