Island Ferry

Some articles on island ferry, ferry, islands, island:

Toronto Transportation Commission - Island Ferry
... In 1926 the City of Toronto purchased the ferry services operated by the Toronto Ferry Company ... modern, diesel-powered ferries which still provide the backbone of today's service to the Islands ...
Staten Island Museum - Collections - Current Exhibitions - Staten Island Ferry Exhibition - The Only Staten Island Ferry Exhibition in The Nation
... The exhibit pays homage to the history of the Staten Island Ferry through photographs, artwork, ship models and artifacts from ferries' past, now including the over 50-ye ...
Ferries In Washington - Other Ferries in Washington - Publicly Operated
... The Guemes Island ferry from Anacortes 5 minutes north to Guemes Island is operated by Skagit County, Washington ... Wahkiakum County operates the Wahkiakum County Ferry between Puget Island, Washington and Westport, Oregon on the lower Columbia River ... the Gifford-Inchelium Ferry on the upper Columbia River ...
List Of Crossings Of The Saint Lawrence River And The Great Lakes - Crossings - Ontario and The United States - Lake Michigan
... Communities linked Carries Name origin Coordinates Beaver Island Ferry (I) Beaver Island, Michigan Connection to US 31 (S) Charlevoix, Michigan North Manitou Island Ferry (E ...
List Of Ferry Operators - North America
... well as Prince Rupert, British Columbia and Bellingham, Washington) Anderson Ferry (Cincinnati, Ohio) - goes across the Ohio River to allow Ohio residents quick access to Kentucky and vice versa ... Arctic Umiaq Line (coastal ferry along the western coast of Greenland) Arkansas Highway and Transportation Department (operates one ferry across Bull ... services only due to sea ice in winter) Ferry Santa Rosalia (Baja California Sur – Sonora, Mexico) Fire Island Ferries (Service between Bay Shore, New York and Fire Island, New York across the Great ...

Famous quotes containing the words ferry and/or island:

    This ferry was as busy as a beaver dam, and all the world seemed anxious to get across the Merrimack River at this particular point, waiting to get set over,—children with their two cents done up in paper, jail-birds broke lose and constable with warrant, travelers from distant lands to distant lands, men and women to whom the Merrimack River was a bar.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    We crossed a deep and wide bay which makes eastward north of Kineo, leaving an island on our left, and keeping to the eastern side of the lake. This way or that led to some Tomhegan or Socatarian stream, up which the Indian had hunted, and whither I longed to go. The last name, however, had a bogus sound, too much like sectarian for me, as if a missionary had tampered with it; but I knew that the Indians were very liberal. I think I should have inclined to the Tomhegan first.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)