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Dory - 70 foot traditional working narrow boat
If you become the next owner of Dory you will become part of the boat’s history, that stretches back to 1934 when Dory was built by W.J. YARWOOD AND Sons at Northwich for Fellows Morton and Clayton and fitted with a 9 horsepower Bolinder engine. When the canals were nationalised it passed to the British Transport Commission. Due to a shortage of butty boats in 1951 Dory, along with her sister boat Dace lost their engines and were converted to butty boats. She was in active use carrying cargoes in the Midlands and paired with the motor boat Ibex – strangely Ibex is also currently a... read more

Year:1934
Length: 70'
Location:Norbury Junction Staffordshire UK
Price: £59,950
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ID: 625269  (Trade)
Posted: 21 days ago

Ibex - 70 foot Fellows, Morton and Clayton motor boat
Ibex is a 70 foot motor boat presented in carrying condition. She is powered by a Lister HR2 marine engine with recently reconditioned 3:1 gear box. She is resplendent in her original red and green livery of Fellows, Morton and Clayton. In addition to her original livery she is adorned with diamonds to include along the cabin top, pigeon box, top of the stands, mast box and uprights. The back cabin is of traditional layout with recently reconditioned Epping range. The bed hole is larger than what is standard in a Josher cabin and therefore makes the cabin much more comfortable. The whole cab... read more

Year:1926
Length: 70'
Location:Norbury Junction Staffordshire UK
Price: £44,950
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ID: 622118  (Trade)
Posted: 2 months ago

70ft Converted Butty
70ft Converted Butty   £69,000
The Venice, one of very few remaining Fellows, Morton and Clayton butties, was built at Saltley and first registered in 1914. After the demise of serious canal carrying, she was abandoned and sunk on the Ashton and Peak Forest Canal and was dug up during the canal restoration and used as a mud hopper by the Lorenz brothers, who were based on the Bridgewater Canal at Bedford Basin, Little Leigh. The owner bought her from Paul Lorenz in 1994 and she was the first total restoration project undertaken by Ian Kemp after he moved his business from Ellesmere Port to Dadford's Wharf at Stourbridg... read more

Year:1914
Length: 70'
Location:London London UK
Price: £69,000
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ID: 610806  (Trade)
Posted: 2 months ago




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