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Nashville Ferry Pictures

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By rdendy - Posted on 15 August 2009

Here are a few pictures I took with my 798ci si this week while fishing at Aliceville. A ferry operated there from around 1820 until 1967. Not sure which one this is. The old wooden ferry was replaced around 1920 or 1930 with a metal ferry. When the ferry closed the metal ferry was sent to Pickensville, Al to operate.I just thought is was interesting to see. Makes for good crappiei structure also.

Sunk Ferry 1
Sunk Ferry 2
Sunk Ferry 3

Mike Gray's picture

Those are great pictures. I didnt know the story behind Nashville Ferry landing and didnt know one of the ferrys was still there. Thats really neat!

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Here is a link for anyone wanting to read up on Nashville

Charlie's picture

Those are some MIGHTY FINE pictures

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Ray's picture

Ricky those are some great pictures.


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