Experience luxury at sea onboard the Duke of Lancaster, as the Heysham steamer embarks on its maiden voyage.
Behold the splendour of the ill-fated funship during it’s heyday with the British Railways fleet. Travel up Belfast Lough and glimpse the sleeping giant on Cavehill, which inspired Gulliver’s Travels. Sail the choppy Irish Sea before returning to the slipways of Belfast Harbour. Retired from service in 1979 it became ‘The Funship’, a floating leisure complex born from a loophole in Sunday trading laws. Thwarted by bureaucracy this venture is locked in a Sisyphean battle with the local council. The campaign to continues, whilst this majestic vessel slowly decays.