Built in 1939 by Fellows Morton & Clayton of Uxbridge, USK is a narrow beam tar boat, carvel built of timber with an Armstrong Siddeley AS3 diesel engine. She worked paired with a butty transporting byproducts from the old gasworks around Birmingham. On leaving the service, she was used as a youth service trip boat by the H F Truman Trust. She retired in 1992 and has been in various hands since then. She is at present undergoing restoration at Wolfhampcote.
A narrow beam tar boat built by Fellows Morton & Clayton of Uxbridge
Worked paired with a butty transporting by-products from old gasworks around Birmingham
On leaving service she was used as a youth service trip boat by the H.F. Truman Trust
Retired and sold off having been in various hands since
Undergoing restoration at Wolfhampcote
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