Cars lined up to board the Brockville and Morristown Transportation Company ferry in Morristown
Cars lined up to board the Brockville and Morristown Transportation Company ferry in 1945. The ferry would have been the one named the “Morrisbrock” which was put in service during World War II when the regular ferry was requisitioned by the US army. Brockville in background. Photograph by Louis Murray. 1945. Morristown, NY. Photo donated by Richard (Dick) Johnson.
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