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|The northernmost ferry in North America is the Arctic Red River Ferry near Gwich'in settlement of Tsiigehtchic in the Northwest Territories. It is located so far north that it is actually above the Arctic Circle.||11/21/2008||259|
|The Bleriot Ferry crosses the Red Deer River near Drumheller, Alberta, Canada. The ferry carries around 24,000 vehicles annually.||08/13/2007||673|
|xtermly Brilliant Hi-Res Pic of a small river Ferry in Madagascar. One can clearly see 7 people waiting for departure, on on a bicycle. ||04/03/2006||4,372|
|big ship on rhine river near müllheim/germany||10/05/2005||357|
|River Ferry, Shoonhoven Netherlands||03/03/2007||478|
|A not normaly designed bridge over the river rhine.|
The pylons of the bridge were cutted, because the bridge is placed very closely to the international airport in Düsseldorf.
| Starting in December 16, 1944, as the Allied Forces approached the Rhine River, Adolph Hitler ordered all the bridges blown up to prevent a crossing of this wide river. |
The 9th Armored Division, which had been ordered not to cross the Rhine River but to turn south along the west bank in order to join up with General Patton's Third Army, found a bridge still standing at the little tow...
|Airplane near Bonn over the Rhine River||08/17/2006||373|
|Woolwich ferry on the river Thames, London. Just downstream from the Thames barrier.||09/14/2005||310|
|In the first century the Romans raised a couple of military camps on the left side of the Rhine to protect the empire against the german tribes. One of them is Castrum Novaesium (Neuss) lying on the river Rhine opposite to Duesseldorf.||10/31/2005||1,018|
|The King Harry on the river Fal in Cornwall, claimed to be one of the worlds top ten ferry crossings.||11/02/2007||349|
|The Bewcastle Cross is an Anglo-Saxon high cross located in Cumbria, England. The cross dates from the late 7th or early 8th century and features inscriptions in the runic alphabet. The head of the cross is missing but the remains are 14.5 feet (4.4 meters) high.|