Sandbanks Chain Ferry, Poole
The narrow entrance to Poole Harbour is linked by a chain ferry operated by the grandly-named Bournemouth-Swanage Motor Road and Ferry Company. The short crossing between Sandbanks and Shell Bay saves a 25-mile round trip between Poole and Swanage.
Copyright: Gary Davies
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Tags: chain; ferry; harbour; crossing; sandbanks; bramble bush bay; poole; dorset
  • Gary Davies 9 months ago
    Big harbour, small ships!
  • Mike Francis 12 months ago
    Nice! Brings back memories!
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