GOODWILL was built in 1953 by John Harker of Knottingley as a Humber Keel and is a vessel of steel riveted construction with a Lister JP3 diesel engine. She carried cargo for Victor Waddington's of Swinton for many years and was in collision with a sister ship - MV ONWARD - in 1966.
In 2002 she was purchased by Paul and Denise Jacques and converted for use as a house boat and was bought by her present owner in 2013.
Built by John Harker Ltd of Knottingley
Opened the newly rebuilt lock at Long Sandall
Collided with sister ship Onward near Brough, sinking Onward
Carried last load of grain from Hull to Rotherham Mill
Last cargo carried and vessel laid up
Sold to new owners and converted for liveaboard use
Taken by sea to the Thames estuary
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