FRIENDSHIP is one of the most famous horse drawn, wooden narrow boats in the country. She is a rare example of an owner-operated horse boat and, for over 50 years, she was the livelihood and home for Joe and Rose Skinner.
BW192-3-2-2-13-1-456 a close up of the stern of the butty 'Snipe', there is a boatwoman stood by the entrance to the cabin. The motor 'Tern' is behind 'Snipe' and has a decorated can on top of the cabin. The Boat Free House and cottages are visible in the background. [The narrowboats are the ex Fellows, Morton & Clayton Limited boats 'Kildare' and 'Emu']. Date 1950s