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TITLE: Re-caulking of Autherley - AAP09877Hebden Bridge, 53°44'26" N 2°0'42" W Taken in approx. August 2016 by Bruce Cutts .   For more information please see the Dublin Core set and the map below.
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Re-caulking of Autherley - AAP09877
Autherley is one of the few surviving wooden narrowboats. She is a former tug which used to pull coal boats from Cannock Chase to Wolverhampton. She was also used as an iceboat, being used to keep the canals free of ice in the winter. There are conflicting histories of Autherley, one saying that she was built for the Staffordshire and Worcestershire Canal and one for the Shropshire Union Canal. It is also unclear whether she was built in the 1930’s as a motor boat or converted then from a horse boat. Either way, she is at least 75 years old and possibly older. Source: Doctor Egg's Blog https://eggstuff.wordpress.com/about/
#, 2016, 21c, 21st century, 35mm, B&W, Barge, Building, Calderdale, Canal, Dry dock, Hebden Bridge, Marina, Narrowboat, Nikon F6, Repairs, Rochdale Canal, Rope, Upper Calder Valley, West Yorkshire
CC BY-NC ND v4.0 2016 The After Alice Project
Hebden Bridge, 53°44'26" N 2°0'42" W
Bruce Cutts, “Re-caulking of Autherley - AAP09877,” The After Alice Project, accessed January 16, 2018, http://www.theafteraliceproject.org/items/show/3754.