|/ /1864||North British Steam Packet Company|
PS Carham built by A & J Inglis at the Pointhouse Shipbuilding Yard to operate the Silloth to Dumfries and Annan service. This was the first vessel the NB ordered from Inglis.
|/ /1866||North British Steam Packet Company|
Places order for its first two Clyde steamers with A & J Inglis, ready for the 1866 season, PS Meg Merrilies [I] and PS Dandie Dinmont [I].
|/ /1867||PS Meg Merrilies [I] |
Meg Merrilies put up for sale by North British Steam Packet Company. After some time at Bowling Harbour is sold and sailed to Constantinople.
Sold by the North British Steam Packet Company to the Dingwall and Skye Railway to operate the Strome Ferry to Portree service.
|/ /1882||PS Sheila|
Bought by the North British Steam Packet Company to be used from the new Craigendoran Pier when it opened in 1882. Operated the Craigendoran Pier to Rothesay Pier service.
|/ /1883||North British Steam Packet Company|
PS Meg Merrilies [II] built by Barclay, Curle & Co. Did not perform well enough and returned to the builder.
|/ /1884||North British Steam Packet Company|
PS Jeanie Deans [I] built by Barclay, Curle & Co as a replacement for the unsuccessful PS Meg Merrilies [II] .
|/ /1885||North British Steam Packet Company|
PS Diana Vernon built in 1885 by Barclay, Curle & Co in 1888 for the North British Steam Packet Company.
|/ /1888||North British Steam Packet Company|
PS Lucy Ashton built by T B Seath & Co for the North British Steam Packet Company in 1888. Engine by Hutson & Corbett.
|31/10/1888||Lochlomond Steam Boat Company|
Company absorbed by the North British Steam Packet Company. PS Prince of Wales, PS Prince Consort, PS The Queen and PS Empress transferred.
|31/05/1891||North British Steam Packet Company|
Launch date of PS Lady Rowena built by S McKnight & Co, Ayr, for the Loch Lomond service. Engine by Hutson & Corbett.
|29/05/1899||North British Steam Packet Company|
PS Waverley [III] launched at A & J Inglis^s Pointhouse Shipbuilding Yard.
|/ /1901||PS Diana Vernon|
Sold by the North British Steam Packet Company to Lee Ltd of Brighton. Renamed PS Worthing Belle. Later sold to J Reid, Hove.
|/ /1902||North British Steam Packet Company|
Vessels transferred directly to the North British Railway.
These locations are along the line.
Craigendoran Pier was a pair of piers of unequal length served by a terminus single platform station directly alongside the main Craigendoran station. The northern pier was the longer and the southern was rail served with a single goods siding. The station had a long curving single platform on the north side of a run round loop.