LINDSAY was built in 1959 in Northwich for use as a carrying narrowboat, paired with butty KEPPEL. She is believed to be the last motor driven narrowboat built by the British Waterways Board (now British Waterways) as a carrying vessel in the North West Division. When carrying ceased, she was used as a camping boat and then for maintenance purposes by British Waterways. She was sold in 2011 to the Etruria Group Volunteers to support Etruria Industrial Museum.
A Sustainability award of £500 towards the cost of remedial work.was made from the Strategic Development Fund of National Historic Ships
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