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The image at left, of the 'chain ferry' which ceased to operate inis by Sep Collins. And Jane Brook remembers 'boys swimming across the river, the girls never did, that was not from the ferry stage, though but instead from a point, I guess, about halfway between there and the Corporation Quay, an area that must have been, I think, bombed during the Second World War, at any rate it was waste ground at that time'.
The steps on the left are still there today.
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Almost an inch in diameter. The postcard would seem to be a reprint of 'Flintoff postcard N Sunderland'.
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The webmaster has never met Len Charlton, whose fine articles about Sunderland are throughout these pages. It is my belief that the image at right is likely of an 'employee' type token.
It is a part only, the significant part howeverof a much larger image which used to be available at a Durham Council site - but is no longer, it would appear.
Do they have an active database of members that is constantly changing? The vendor did not indicate the size of the token, nor show an image of the other side of the token.
It is at right below.
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River Wear Commission uniface brass pass token, circa So 'Ettrick' was not a working ferryman as I had naively supposed. It would seem that the Ettrick's Ferry was by far of the greater importance. And have added contrast also for the same purpose.
Card entitled 'The Ferry, Coxgreen'. And giant is the operative word. A fine image of the pedestrian bridge can be viewed here.
An image which I have sharpened for better presentation on this page. The image was also, I know, published as a bookplate with a coloured image of High Street on its rear. The left image was on their front page, in a size smaller than was on the BBC site.
The webmaster may be quite wrong to place the image that follows at this spot on the page. When it comes to getting in touch and using our other services, you are required to pay a monthly membership. A fine image of the ferry was sold in Aug.
The lease of the ferry boats was, inpurchased by the commissioners of the Iron Bridge, known as the 'Monkwearmouth Bridge', relative to their even building that iron bridge across the Wear.
Where is Barmston, I wonder? I could not spot the right image on the Society website, but it may very well be there. It does not look like a coaching inn, however!
How do I know all this?