42nd Street Ferry


42nd Street Ferry

The following ferries have been called the 42nd Street Ferry:
*42nd Street Ferry (Weehawken), connecting West 42nd Street, Manhattan with Weehawken (West Shore Railroad) across the Hudson River
*42nd Street Ferry (Williamsburg), connecting East 42nd Street, Manhattan with Broadway, Williamsburg across the East River


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