Built in 1936 by Yarwoods of Northwich for Fellows Morton & Clayton Ltd, SHAD is a motorised narrowboat with a composite hull of steel sides and a wooden bottom. She carried cargo on the English canals until 1972 when she was retired and acquired by the Boat Museum at Ellesmere Port where she is preserved afloat. In 2007, SHAD's cabin was restored and she was back in operational condition.
Brouwer, Norman J, International Register of Historic Ships, Anthony Nelson, Edition 2, 1993
The Boat Museum, The Boat Museum
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