ST. TUDNO is a narrowboat of iron construction with a Lister JP2 diesel engine. She was built by Thomas Bantock at Wolverhampton in 1860. The vessel is believed to be one of the first of the Bantocks built and still in existence, having very prominent Knee's in the hull which held the Elm Planks and Bottom originally before she sank a few times. Acquired by the present owner as a sunken vessel in August 2012
Built by Thomas Bantock
Conservation works begun by current owner
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