Ferry bridge


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a ferryboat adapted in its structure for the transfer of railroad trains across a river or bay.

See also: Ferry

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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There was slow traffic on the M4 Briton Ferry Bridge eastbound from J42 A483 (Swansea East / Briton Ferry) to J41 A48 Pentyla-Baglan Road (Baglan / Pentyla) following a "multi-vehicle crash".
The M4 was shut at the Briton Ferry Bridge yesterday afternoon, with diversions in place across the old A48 bridge.
There was also chaos in Wales, as a section of the M4 at the Briton Ferry Bridge between unctions 41 and 42 were flooded in both directions.
If given the go-ahead, the development would include a council chamber, cafe and new civic square linking to the Penny Ferry Bridge and 277-space car park.
If given the go-ahead, the development would include a council chamber, cafe and a new civic square that will be linked to the Penny Ferry Bridge and a car park.
John Allen George Birch, a retired milkman, was discovered near Saltney Ferry Bridge on July 15 this year.
Built in 1911 to replace the ferries between Middlesbrough on the south bank and Port Clarence on the north bank of the river Tees, the ferry bridge can claim to be one of fewer than 20 bridges of its kind in the world.
Award Category: Heritage FERRY Bridge is a Grade II listed, three-span wrought iron suspension footbridge across the River Trent.
After boarding the ferry, Mr Johnson was led up to the ferry bridge by Merseytravel chair Liam Robinson, the intention being to have the Labour MP at the helm of the ferry, similar to a picture taken of Jeremy Corbyn earlier this year.
Ray's first dive, in a wetsuit he made himself, was in the UK, at Ferry Bridge at the mouth of the Wey estuary.
Other projects include equipment for a ro-ro ferry bridge in the Shetlands and aircraft platform lifts for the Royal Navy.