About Ferry Travel – ferry crossings with a motorbike, caravan, as a foot passenger or with a motorhome.
On the Isle of Wight in the English Channel, this chain ferry carries vehicles across the tidal section of River Medina between East Cowes and Cowes. Built in 1859 as […]
This vehicular cable ferry still uses a centuries-old route across Lake Windermere in Cumbria near the Scottish border in northwestern England. Rowboats were the first ferries across the lake, likely […]
The Woolston floating bridge ferry was the third chain ferry built in England ran from 1836 until 1977, the date of the opening of the Itchen Bridge. It took passengers […]
The second of the Rendell chain ferries, the Torpoint Ferry, running since 1791, was converted to chain-mode in 1832. The ferry carries vehicles and passengers across a stretch of water […]
The Dartmouth–Kingswear Floating Bridge, also called the High Ferry, was built in in 1830/31 from James Rendell’s designs as a cable ferry for moving vehicles across the tidal section of […]