Halifax is home to the oldest continuous running salt water passenger ferry in North America, running for over 250 years. Originally a large row boat, the Dartmouth Ferry served as the only fast link between Halifax and Dartmouth until 1955, when the Macdonald Bridge opened. The articles in this section will explore the long, and ever evolving history of ferry service across the Halifax Harbour.
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