Not of course a real puffer at all, the "Mary Hill" is a
one third scale replica of a typical Clyde puffer built in the
immediate pre-war era. She was built to the order of Sir
Robert Smith, then chairman of Glasgow's Weir Group and is
intended for use as a pleasure craft on the Forth and Clyde,
Monklands and Union Canal system in central Scotland.
She is complete with all facilities needed for comfortable
extended cruising, including two double cabins.
The other in a sense imposter on this website is the "Wee Spark", also a 1/3 replica but
included here as a mark of respect to the men who built them
and who seek to keep the memory of the puffers