The display in the lower aft saloon illustrates Medway Queen's main reason for existence; as a seaside excursion ship. Photos and reminiscences of crew and passengers give a fascinating insight into the times when the ship was doing what it was designed for. Thanks to Brian and Joe for stepping in and installing the display.
Again, apologies for the delay, this should have been done in February! Sickness at Reading Support Group's headquarters delayed several projects, including the display installation, although we did manage to maintain the exhibition schedule through March. As well as the display on board the Visitor Centre shop now has a small supply of the new 00 gauge railway wagons from Reading Group. More will get down there shortly.