A paddle steamer which rescued thousands of soldiers from the beaches of Dunkirk in World War Two has returned home to Kent. The Medway Queen was built in the 1920s but rotted away until it was bought by the Medway Queen Preservation Society.
It has spent five years having a new hull fitted in Bristol. Volunteers say as much as £2 million is needed to finish the restoration.
A paddle steamer which ferried thousands of allied troops to safety during World War Two has returned to Kent. The Medway Queen was one of the Dunkirk Little Ships. She's been restored in Bristol.
A paddle steamer which rescued more soldiers from the beaches of Dunkirk than any other during the Second World War will start its journey back to Kent this week. The Medway Queen has undergone a major makeover in Bristol. She is due to leave the West Country tomorrow or Wednesday.