Above is a recent black and white photo of the Bodinnick Ferry. I mentioned this in a recent post about Fowey and how it is believed that there has been a river crossing here since the 14th century.
The Ferry runs between the Bodinnick slipway and the Caffa Mill slipway in Fowey.
I have dug out a few old photos showing how the ferry has changed over the years. The photo above is from 1899 - driven by man power!
I'm not sure of the dates of the photo above and below.
At today's date the charge is £5.oo for cars and £2.00 for adult foot passengers.
Also see: A Flavour Of the Old Town of Fowey, Cornwall With 24 Photos