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Six panels folding to 9" by 4" includes a map covering New York City to Baltimore with a blown up inset map of the Bridgeport-Chester area of Pennsylvania showing the Chester-Bridgeport Ferry District. 12 smaller maps detailing highway sections : Boston-New York, Washington - Wilson, NC, Raleigh, NC - Jacksonville, Fl, New York - Washington, Jacksonville - Key West, Chester, PA - Wilmington, NC, Baltimore - Asheville, Pittsburgh-Chester, PA, Chester, PA - Ocean City, Chester, PA - Cape May, NJ, Cleaveland - Chester, PA, Buffalo - Chester,PA. Ferry Fare: 50 cents. The Chester-Bridgeport Ferry made its first crossings of the Delaware River on July 1, 1930. The ferry began operations with two boats from the Tacony-Palmyra company which were renamed the "Chester"( 60 car capacity) and the "Bridgeport" (48 car capacity). The ferry was eventually replaced by the Commodore Barry Bridge which opened in 1974. ; Experience the pleasure of reading and appreciating this actual printed item. It has its own physical history that imbues it with a character lacking in ephemeral electronic renderings.
Title: Approved Express Auto Routes between New York, New England and Baltimore - Washington and the South - Avoid Philadelphia Traffic [Chester-Bridgeport Ferry Map]
Publisher: Delaware River Ferry Company: 1933
Book Condition: Very Good-
Item: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: 37108
Keywords: River Ferries Auto Ferries Delaware River Ferry Chester-Bridgeport Ferry Map