Built in 1936 by Yarwoods of Northwich for Fellows Morton & Clayton, TROUT is a josher of iron construction and a Kelvin J4 diesel engine, 44 hp. She carried cargo for Fellows Morton & Clayton and was then taken over by British Waterways. In the 1960s, she was sold to a private buyer. She is the last of the 18 boats of the Fish class built for Fellows Morton & Clayton.
Built by Yarwoods of Northwich for Fellows Morton & Clayton
Sold to B.T.C. (D. & I.W.E.) and allocated to North Western Division
Re-engined with 15 hp diesel unit to allow towing of butty boat
Registered with Northwich Urban Sanitary Authority
Ownership transferred to British Waterways Board
Hired to Williow Wren Canal Transport Services Ltd of Southall
Hired to Anderton Carrying Co. Ltd of Northwich, Cheshire
Sold to private buyer and converted to residential boat
In use and based at Shardlow, Derbyshire
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