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Friday, 3 December 2010

Scot II Restoration.

SCOT II Ship No 184

Happy to be able to say that you will be able to follow the restoration project to get the "Ice/Breaking Tug" SCOT II back to the way she looked when she was a very familiar sight on the Caledonian Canal.
We shall feature her progress here on the Leith Built Ships blog and also on the new website to be found at  Week by week we will follow the progress of this great project.
The SCOT II was of course built in the Leith Shipyards of Henry Robb Shipbuilders in 1931, and she is now still afloat but only a hull is left of her, but thanks to the efforts of the "Save the Scot II" Group it looks like she could be on the way to a long recovery.
Look out for updates here on the blog or at the new website.

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