Teignmouth to Shaldon Ferry :: Shared Description

The Teignmouth to Shaldon Ferry is a central part of life on the River Teign and is possibly the oldest passenger service in England.
The ferry crossing can be traced back to 1296, but is probably much older, with origins in Saxon times. It has always been an important link and in those days saved a 14 mile journey to Shaldon and beyond, via Newton Abbot.
by N Chadwick
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SX9372 : Shaldon Ferry by N Chadwick
SX9372 : Disembarking, The Shaldon Ferry by N Chadwick
SX9372 : Waiting for the ferry to Shaldon, Lifeboat Lane, Teignmouth by Robin Stott
SX9372 : Shaldon Ferry by N Chadwick
SX9372 : Beach huts on The Point at Teignmouth by David Smith
SX9372 : Mooring pontoon off The Point, Teignmouth by David P Howard
SX9372 : Teignmouth - Shaldon Ferry by N Chadwick
SX9372 : Ferry boat on the Teign by N Chadwick
SX9372 : Ferry Shelter by N Chadwick


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Created: Fri, 15 Feb 2013, Updated: Fri, 15 Feb 2013

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