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'All hail the power of Jesu's name, Let angels prostrate fall,
Bring forth the Royal Diadem, and crown Him Lord of all.'
................the boat featured in the artwork is the Royal Diadem BF 260 whose name came from the hymn.
Photgraphs above of the Royal Diadem and the Co Worker BF 274 are courtesy of Alistair Paterson, Macduff and the family of the late RWD Benzie, Aberdeen.