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Ferries across rivers were a feature of Roman roads, notably the crossing of the Humber by Ermine Street. The word is derived from Old Norse ferja. Ferrybridge (Yorkshire) is a name which reveals the way that many of the ancient ferries became redundant.

Subjects: Warfare and Defence — Maritime History.

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