Update on Scot II – plaque found!

This is the plaque which belongs to Scot II. 

The ex owner of Scot II found it in his garage and sent it on to Dan Clark.

Naturally he is rather glad to have it in his possession now!

 The original wheelhouse of Scot II was taken to Fort Augustus a couple of weeks ago, along with a set of wooden steps which belonged to her.

The whole project is getting there, but by bit, but there is a need for some urgency on the funding for the restoration.

Can readers help?

See my previous Scot II postings for more details of the renovation.

To contact Dan to make a donation or offer any other help, please use the following email address savethescot2@hotmail.co.uk

Should you prefer to use “snail mail” his address is: Broadmeadows, Fort William road, Fort Augustus, Inverness-shire, PH32 4DW

Previous postings on the Scot II can be found at:

Guess what I went to see this weekend?https://henryrobb.wordpress.com/2010/11/14/guesswhatiwenttoseethisweekend/

 A Trip to Fort Augustus https://henryrobb.wordpress.com/2010/11/15/atriptofortaugustus  

Scot II – Home on the Caledonian Canal – Part One https://henryrobb.wordpress.com/2010/11/27/scot2homeonccpart1/

Some of Dan’s photos of Scot II https://henryrobb.wordpress.com/2010/11/28/someofdansphotosscotii/

Scot II – Home on the Caledonian Canal – Part Two https://henryrobb.wordpress.com/2010/12/15/scot2homeonccpart2/

Scot II on the news


There is also further information on this and other Robb’s ships at the loftsman’s site: http://www.leithshipyards.com/ 

Copyright: Ruth Patterson 2011


About Ruth Macadam

Great Granddaughter of Henry Robb. School teacher.
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One Response to Update on Scot II – plaque found!

  1. Pingback: The Desecration of the Cutty Sark | Henry Robb's Shipyard

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