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Albion ferry crossing at Fort Langley

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Fort Langley's Ferry wharf

The ferry stopped operating in 2009, but the old wharf is still there, at the end of the long straight road out of Fort Langley over McMillan Island. We stopped by on a Fall afternoon, a perfect day for nostalgic reminiscing of innumerable crossings. Wikipedia has a page on the ferry here.

Fort Langley ferry wharf 



A few leaves decorate the weathered boards



coffee cup



sinking rowboat



old bolt



on ramp for the ferry



on-ramp grill



A melancholy boat in the late afternoon



old palette on the shore


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