to the Narrow Boat Trust website! It's designed
to be simple to navigate and informative on all
aspects of the Trust and working narrow boats.
Trust owns the 'Large Northwich'
motor boat, Nuneaton and
the 'Large Woolwich' butty, Brighton,
built as part of the massive expansion
programme of the Grand Union Canal
Carrying Company (G.U.C.C.Co.)
in the mid-1930s. (For more details
of the pair's history go to The
are still used for carrying traditionally
as a pair whenever possible, crewed by
give people the opportunity to see a pair
of narrow boats in full working trim,
and members to crew & display the
boats at Canal Festivals, the Waterways
system generally, and to look after &
maintain the boats.
New livery looking good at the 2011 National
Festival at Burton - pic: Tim Lewis)
find out more about membership,
the Trust, the history & specification
of the boats, events
and much more, just use the Navigation
Bar on the left hand side of the screen,
or click on the links in the text, which
are in green.
For enquiries contact: email@example.com
Brighton & Nuneaton,
Summer Coal Run 2009.)
more information, just click the relevant topic on
the navigation bar to the left.
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Narrow Boat Trust is a company limited by guarantee,
registered in Cardiff under number 01724935
Registered Office of the Narrow Boat Trust is at:
23 Redway Drive, TWICKENHAM TW2 7NT
Narrow Boat Trust is a charity registered in England
under number 288243