Saturday, January 11, 2014

Chester-Hadlyme Ferry Landing

Lyme, CT

Long before bridges, ferries were used to transport people across the Connecticut River.  This is the site of the historic ferry that connects the town of Chester on the west with the towns of Lyme and East Haddam on the east.  The ferry only operates in the summer time and has been in operation in one way or the other for over 200 years.

1 comment:

  1. Cool. I have shown photos of the other old ferry crossing further north on the Connecticut River. Nice sky in your top photo.