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 the River Dart in Devon in the southwestern corner of England. Two other ferries, the Passenger Ferry and the Lower Ferry also cross the River Dart in that vicinity. The High Ferry began life steam-powered, but converted back to muscle power in 1835. Steam power was not used successfully on a regular basis on the High Ferry until 1867. It’s one of the oldest ferries still in use in England.