Ferry crossing River Severn Worcester

thing and ferry crossing (from 1300)

Aged 724

Commemorated on 1 plaque

A ferry has operated at this point on the river for many centuries, carrying passengers between the Cathedral Watergate and the Chapter Meadows on the opposite bank. It crossed every day until the late 1950's. The service was restarted in 1983. Running during summer weekend afternoons. The proceeds are given to local charities.

Near Kleve Walk, Worcester, United Kingdom where it crossed the river (1300-1959) and crossed the river (1983)