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Tuesday, 11 December 2007

Klondyke Ferry

This is an interesting picture i took up in Alberta Canada in 2003.The Klondyke Ferry crossing the Athabasca River into the Sandhills Provinicial Park.
Named for it's historical links to the gold rush.

Technical details.
Length of crossing (m) 230
Load Capcity (kg) 50,000
Propulsion Cable
Ferry Length (m) 20.42
Ferry Breadth (m) 9.96
Ferry Hull depth (m) 1.3
Capacity 1 Crew, 50 Passengers, 13 mid-size cars
Year build 1983

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