No not a spelling mistake – because Steam Ship Shieldhall’s original role was to take Glasgow citizens for a day out “doon the watter” (down the water) along the River Clyde. As well as dumping effluent, that is. But they’re a hardy lot in Scotland’s second city (or first, as many Glaswegians will tell you.) Er… where was I… this is getting a bit like one of Ronnie Corbett’s comfy chair monologues… oh yes! Filming Shieldhall. One of the classic problems with filming ships under way, is you have get off them to get them on film. And be some way away to capture them in one shot. That’s difficulty No. 1 – solved if you can capture her from shore. If she comes close enough. But – if you’re to capture them under way – the best shot – you need a boat….