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New KY 214 ferry barge on the boat ramp.
Description: New KY 214 ferry barge on the boat ramp.
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Gallery: Automobile Ferries in Kentucky
Heavy equipment used to get the new KY 214 ferry into the water.
Description: Heavy equipment used to get the new KY 214 ferry into the water.
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Gallery: Automobile Ferries in Kentucky
Brian Froedge and Joe Stephens unchain the new KY 214 ferry from the tractor trailer.
Description: Brian Froedge and Joe Stephens unchain the new KY 214 ferry from the tractor trailer.
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Gallery: Automobile Ferries in Kentucky
Crowd gathers to watch history in the making for Monroe County.
Description: Crowd gathers to watch history in the making for Monroe County.
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Gallery: Automobile Ferries in Kentucky
Shawn Massingille, KYTC foreman for Monroe County, and Joe Stephens react as the Sloan is christened with a bottle of champagne.
Description: Shawn Massingille, KYTC foreman for Monroe County, and Joe Stephens react as the Sloan is christened with a bottle of champagne.
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Gallery: Automobile Ferries in Kentucky
Brian Froedge peers over the side with a giant smile of relief. She floats! Brian's company (Grandview Welding and Equipment Company) constructed the new ferry in approximately 10 weeks.
Description: Brian Froedge peers over the side with a giant smile of relief. She floats! Brian's company (Grandview Welding and Equipment Company) constructed the new ferry in approximately 10 weeks.
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Gallery: Automobile Ferries in Kentucky
New ferry in the river with tug attached - Looking Good!
Description: New ferry in the river with tug attached - Looking Good!
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Gallery: Automobile Ferries in Kentucky
 
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