Cheshire - Visit to “The Danny” Daniel Adamson 1903 steamship
Saturday 21 May 2022, 2.00pm to 4.00pm BST
The Cambridge Society of Cheshire and North Wales invites you to join them for a visit to the Daniel Adamson steamship, followed by afternoon tea.
The Daniel Adamson is a small but powerful canal tug, built to tow long strings of barges laden with goods from the inland towns of Cheshire and the Potteries to Liverpool. She was built at Cammell Laird shipyard in 1903 and later became the Manchester Ship Canal’s opulent Art Deco hospitality vessel. She is believed to be the oldest operational Mersey-built ship anywhere in the world.
If you would like to attend this event please, complete the booking form provided below.
Booking for this event is now closed.
There is no postcode for the location, but the nearest postcode to take you within sight of the Danny and Swing Bridge is WA7 3EQ. If you use “what three words”, they are "sugars.translated.musically".
Unfortunately, there is no wheelchair access to the boat and the boat may be difficult to access for people with mobility issues. There are toilet facilities, but they are not wheelchair accessible. Children are welcome if they are accompanied by a responsible adult.