Barlow's narrow boat, Angela, at Glascote

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Date:1950 - 1955 (c.)

Description:Barlow's 'Angela' is believed to have been the first narrow boat that was converted for pleasure use, and is seen here from the stern at S. E. Barber's Anchor Docks, Glascote. Employee George Baxter can be seen painting inside the boat, Andrew Penny is standing outside, and Herbert Florendine can be seen painting the Tiller.

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Source: Tamworth Castle Museum

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