CAR FERRY BOAT Detroit Free Press
June 17, 1856
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The Great Western Railway Company have heretofore used, to transport cars across the river, a scow, which they were obliged to tow to and fro. But this item of freight has increased to such importance that they are now fitting a ferry boat, with complete steam propelling machinery, for the express purpose of transporting railroad cars.