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Friday, April 25, 2008

Fort Ti Ferry - Lake Champlain

If you have seven minutes to spare, then take the most narrow crossing over Lake Champlain between Ticonderoga, New York, and Shoreham, Vermont on the Fort Ticonderoga Ferry.

Ferry crossings were made at this historic location as early as 1759. The cable system used to pull the ferry cross was first employed in 1946, and is still used today. The Addie B, a tugboat, powers the barge on which a few cars, or a school bus like this one, can make its way over to the next state.

For more information on the Fort Ticonderoga Ferry, have a look at this website.

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