Alsager is a butty of steel riveted construction and was built for London Midland Scottish Railway in 1934. She was used for interchange basin traffic in Birmingham until she was sold to British Waterways in 1955. She was the first of twelve to be converted to long distance boats when BW found they were short of butties and worked in the North West.
We bought her in 2011 to use as a workshop and has been used as such since that time. The under cloth conversion is by Simon Wain and the back cabin an original Rex Wain.
This is a very attractive boat that is ready for immediate use as a workshop/shop or for further conversion to a complete live aboard.
|Length over all:||70'|