BAKEWELL is a narrow boat butty built by Harland & Wolff, Woolwich in 1936 and is a vessel of steel riveted construction. She was delivered to the Grand Union Canal Carrying Company in November 1936 paired with the motor BLETCHLEY. The vessel was one of the last to be working, being engaged on the famous traffic of transporting lime pulp to Roses Wharf at Boxmoor until the late 1960s.
She then served with Union Canal Carriers as part of their camping boat fleet until she was sold into private ownership in 1985.
Built by Harland & Wolff, Woolwich
Ownership passed to British Waterways Board
Sold into private ownership
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