Yep, both puzzles have boats belonging to Fellows, Morton and Clayton in them.
It’s not the same boat though as they have different colour signage, so I looked the company up.
Fellows, Morton and Clayton were the largest and most familiar canal transportation company in England, and were in existence from 1889 to 1947.
Currently there are only 29 of these boats still in existence, 6 of which are still in use to this day. The last remaining boats of this type are in the National Waterways Museum. There are 12 recorded sink-ages, and there are two currently in restoration. The conditions of the rest are currently unknown. (WIKI)
All we need now is a third puzzle of canal boats and I’ll have a set!
This latest one is on a board under the settee until we can get a frame for it.