TSS Queen Mary, 1014gt, was built in 1933 by Wm. Denny's of Dumbarton, Scotland for Williamson-Buchanan Steamers, at a cost of £62,000. On trials she achieved 19 Knots & her Maiden Voyage was on 20th May 1933. Max 1500pax on her excursion services on the Clyde.
Her last cruise was from Largs to Rothesay on 27th September 1978. Now an entertainment venue moored at Victoria Embankment, London. See http://www.queenmary.co.uk Became Queen Mary II in 1935 to allow her name to be used for the new Cunard liner, and renamed Queen Mary when Cunard's Queen Mary was removed from the register. At one stage she had a single funnel. See http://myweb.tiscali.co.uk/tramways/QueenMary.htm