Taymar Ferry Plym II

Taymar Ferry Plym II

The Torpoint Ferries cross the River Tamar between Torpoint in Cornwall, and the city of Plymouth in Devon. There has been a ferry service at Torpoint since 1791. Originally serviced by rowing boats and then steam boats. The first Torpoint chain ferry or 'floating bridge' came into service in 1831, using a self-propelled vessel using a pair of vertical chain wheels in the middle of the vessel.to pull on fixed chains connected between the river banks. The current vessels are the 5th generation and were commisioned to be built when the previous onne were reaching the end of their useful lives in the late 1990s. The first of the new generation vessel, Plym II, was delivered in December 2004. Subsequently Tamar II was delivered in March 2005 and finally Lynher II in February 2006. When travelling from the Devon side to the Cornish side of the Taymar it is free.

Chris Day

Image size: 5599 x 3728, 31.42Mb | Camera details: NIKON D500 | Date uploaded: 01/08/2018

Chris Day | Taymar Ferry Plym II
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