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Offline Alsterstreek  
#1 Posted : 05 March 2014 12:27:37(UTC)
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Recently, I saw many dispersed posts floating around with photos of train ferries and barges:

https://www.marklin-user...t-trains.aspx#post432173
https://www.marklin-user...rototype.aspx#post447339
https://www.marklin-user...t-trains.aspx#post447973
https://www.marklin-user...-circles.aspx#post436373
https://www.marklin-user...rototype.aspx#post442209
https://www.marklin-user...rototype.aspx#post442377

I think this fascinating topic deserves a topic by itself. I start by focusing on the Mississippi River in the USA and post two photos of the 3rd "Ste Genevieve", a Missouri-Illinois rail car ferry retired in 1961 plus one of the car ferry W.B. Duncan at Helena, Arkansas.
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#2 Posted : 05 March 2014 12:45:29(UTC)
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Still on the Ol' Man River: Southern Pacific Transfer across the Mississippi River, New Orleans, 1920s.
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#3 Posted : 06 March 2014 09:44:54(UTC)
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1930s joint publication issued by the London & North Eastern Railway and the Southern Railway to promote the Harwich - Zeebrugge and Dover - Dunkerque train ferrries.
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#4 Posted : 06 March 2014 18:21:45(UTC)
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Great Eastern Railway Train Ferry No. 3 (1924-1945 - 2672 grt) for freight trains only:
1) on sea
2) in Harwich, England
3) in Zeebrugge, Belgium
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Offline BrandonVA  
#5 Posted : 06 March 2014 21:55:03(UTC)
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No direct link, but here is a little bit of interesting Ferry action across the US, in the form of postcards:

http://railroadpostcards...and-floating-trains.html
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Offline Alsterstreek  
#6 Posted : 07 March 2014 11:29:52(UTC)
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The Night Ferry (1936-1980) was an international sleeper train between London Victoria and Paris Gare du Nord (and later also Brussels and Basle) operated by the SNCF and the Southern Railway (later British Rail). I post rolling stock pix in the "Mixed Railroads and Road Names" thread.

More info: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Night_Ferry
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#7 Posted : 07 March 2014 15:47:13(UTC)
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The LIRR Meitowa moving barges in the East River near Long Island City, New York, 1960.
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#8 Posted : 07 March 2014 16:39:31(UTC)
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Great Lakes Ferries - today: crossing the Straits of Mackinac - Chief Wawatam (1911 - 1989) in Michigan.

1) ready to load
2) steam locomotive works freight cars
3) South Shore passenger train
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#9 Posted : 08 March 2014 23:36:09(UTC)
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Four more photos taken over the decades.
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#10 Posted : 12 March 2014 17:43:00(UTC)
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The Strait of Messina, a narrow passage between the eastern tip of Sicily and the western tip of Calabria in the south of Italy, is crossed by ferries transporting passenger and freight trains.

More photos: http://www.miol.it/stagn...1&Righe=50&Col=5
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#11 Posted : 12 March 2014 17:51:35(UTC)
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Was the theme of a module at the Model Expo Italy di Verona 2014, too.
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#12 Posted : 12 March 2014 18:52:17(UTC)
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M/S Malmöhus - Went between Malmö, Sweden - Copenhagen, Denmark between 1945-1986....

Carried passengers too until 1974.

I remember going with this ferry as a kid to Denmark where I saw the 87/1 scale 3067 for the first time at the Copenhagen main station in the 60's...
Even remember what I ate in the ferry restaurant on that particular trip - "Hakkeböf"... BigGrin


Malmöhus 1945


Malmöhus 1945 front


Later it was modified & painted black (1976)...


Malmöhus 1981 black
Juhan - "Webmaster", at your service...
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Offline Alsterstreek  
#13 Posted : 14 March 2014 10:56:17(UTC)
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Do you know the sensation after leaving a boat, that the ground seems to shake? This Ann Arbor Railroad ferry photo captured it quite well.RollEyes
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Offline BrandonVA  
#14 Posted : 14 March 2014 21:29:25(UTC)
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How about the Genesee Dock serviced by B&O in Rochester, NY? Looks a little tight...

[img]http://www.lowerfalls.org/maplewood/pics/genesee_dock_1.jpg[/]
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#15 Posted : 14 March 2014 21:32:01(UTC)
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Suisan Bay Ferry Crossing of Sacramento Northern:
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More info: http://www.wplives.org/sn/ramon.html
Note the parent website.

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Offline Alsterstreek  
#16 Posted : 17 March 2014 19:04:26(UTC)
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The Bonn–Oberkassel train ferry in Germany operated by the Rhenish Railway Company from 1870 to connect its right and left Rhine railways.
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#17 Posted : 17 March 2014 19:08:43(UTC)
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The Rheinhausen–Hochfeld train ferry on the Rhine between Rheinhausen and Hochfeld, now districts of Duisburg in Germany, built by the Rhenish Railway Company commenced operations in 1866. In the background is the Duisburg-Hochfeld rail bridge which eventually replaced the ferry. The latter ran until 1874.
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#18 Posted : 19 March 2014 14:29:48(UTC)
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Train ferry boat across Lake Baikal, Siberia, early 20th century.
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#19 Posted : 20 March 2014 23:44:17(UTC)
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And not to forget Utkan´s earlier report from Turkey:
https://www.marklin-user...-between-continents.aspx
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#20 Posted : 21 March 2014 14:55:18(UTC)
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Fürstenberg (Germany), river Havel ferry 1934-1993. Last task was to serve Russian tank service facility.
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#21 Posted : 24 March 2014 14:52:50(UTC)
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Bohai train ferry in China.
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#22 Posted : 24 March 2014 17:56:24(UTC)
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As far as I know, this is the only train ferry in Norway:

Tinnsjøen
Best regards Svein, Norway
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#23 Posted : 24 March 2014 18:43:12(UTC)
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Excellent pictures, thanks for sharing.

Keep posted if you have any more.
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#24 Posted : 27 March 2014 17:18:45(UTC)
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From 1909 until 1998 there was a railway ferry calling the German port of Sassnitz on the island of Ruegen, linking Germany and Sweden (Trelleborg). In 1998 operations moved to the nearby modern facilities at Mukran. Currently, railway passenger services are offered only by the Berlin-Night-Express Malmö–Berlin which is operated by a commercial operator, i.e. none of the state railways. The first attachment shows a recent postal memorial stamp, while the two black and white images reflect the situation during the time of the German Democratic Republic.
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#25 Posted : 04 April 2014 15:56:34(UTC)
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And how it looks like at the new Mukran terminal near Sassnitz.
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#26 Posted : 15 April 2014 22:14:32(UTC)
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Wabash Detroit Car Ferry Terminal, back in its heyday.
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#27 Posted : 24 April 2014 17:47:22(UTC)
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Lake Constance: Romanshorn, Switzerland - Lindau, Germany
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#28 Posted : 09 May 2014 10:47:15(UTC)
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Danish IC3 on the former Nyborg - Korsor train ferry traversing the Great Belt (Kolding - Copenhagen line), nowadays replaced by a tunnel-bridge combination.
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#29 Posted : 09 May 2014 10:51:49(UTC)
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And as a bonus plus incentive for M* users:

DSB Nohab diesel at and on Nyborg - Korsor train ferry.
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#30 Posted : 02 June 2014 16:46:03(UTC)
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Frederikshavn on the northeast coast of the Jutland peninsula in northern Denmark: Nohab unloads freight cars from combined train and truck ferry (2006).
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#31 Posted : 02 June 2014 16:48:38(UTC)
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Would also fit under "mixed railroads" thread, but I filed it here under Ferry Tales:

CIWL sleeper of Italia Express on M/F Malmöhus, 1973.
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#32 Posted : 02 June 2014 17:32:42(UTC)
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DSAB NOHAB and Train Ferry:

Prototype (Denmark) and artist's perception (MiWuLa, Germany).

Smile
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#33 Posted : 02 June 2014 18:46:52(UTC)
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I would love to build a rail - ferry module on a layout.

BR

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#34 Posted : 13 September 2014 19:47:48(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Alsterstreek Go to Quoted Post
Was the theme of a module at the Model Expo Italy di Verona 2014, too.

Another N scale model of an Italian prototype presented on that occasion.

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#35 Posted : 13 September 2014 19:50:53(UTC)
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N scale layout with Canadian railroad barge operating on real water.
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#36 Posted : 13 September 2014 19:55:54(UTC)
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Scandinavian passenger train unloading from ferry on N scale layout.
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#37 Posted : 13 September 2014 20:30:29(UTC)
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Rostock, Germany, 2005. Old German rolling stock returning from Sweden.
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#38 Posted : 29 October 2014 22:39:02(UTC)
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Class 218 pulling D 373 "Hansa-Express" out of DSB ferry "Danmark" in Puttgarden, Germany (1984).

Source: www.railpix.de
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#39 Posted : 29 December 2014 19:59:29(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Alsterstreek Go to Quoted Post
The Night Ferry (1936-1980) was an international sleeper train between London Victoria and Paris Gare du Nord (and later also Brussels and Basle) operated by the SNCF and the Southern Railway (later British Rail). I post rolling stock pix in the "Mixed Railroads and Road Names" thread.


More:

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#40 Posted : 29 December 2014 20:20:10(UTC)
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And how do those Putgarden-Rodby ferries look like on sea? Like that:
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#41 Posted : 29 December 2014 20:22:22(UTC)
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Mukran ferry port, Germany.
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#42 Posted : 29 December 2014 20:24:30(UTC)
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And now for something less Euro-centric:
Bohai ferry, China.
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#43 Posted : 29 December 2014 20:26:25(UTC)
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Still in China:
Ferry to Hainan island carrying an express train from Beijing.
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#44 Posted : 29 December 2014 20:29:51(UTC)
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Grafton, New South Wales, Australia: Clarence River ferry before a bridge was constructed in the 1930s.
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#45 Posted : 29 December 2014 20:35:06(UTC)
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Fast train ferry concept by INCAT of Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.
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#46 Posted : 29 December 2014 21:02:54(UTC)
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Kisumu, Lake Victoria, Kenya:
narrow gauge train ferry in the late 1960s or 1970s.
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#47 Posted : 29 December 2014 23:23:00(UTC)
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Hi all. While we are on the subject of rail ferries, you may enjoy the attached video;



Warning, you may feel a bit sea sick watching this - go the Kombi!!! LOL

Regards,

Michael.
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#48 Posted : 30 December 2014 00:37:12(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Token Go to Quoted Post
Hi all. While we are on the subject of rail ferries, you may enjoy the attached video;



Warning, you may feel a bit sea sick watching this - go the Kombi!!! LOL

Regards,

Michael.


Wondered when something from my home town would come up. Those seas are mild too ... Scared

As mentioned in the comments, it is also a rail ferry, has three tracks inside, but the points are all on the quay ... Confused

I must see if I can find the link to a picture of the link bridge with all the tracks on it.
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#49 Posted : 30 December 2014 03:11:10(UTC)
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I agree - being from an NZR family I recall turning up to the Wellington terminal on a number of occasions to find the ferry sailing cancelled. Have a look at these for a bit of nostalgia;



Aramoana passing the capsized Wahine (foundered after engine failure during one of the worst storms to hit Wellington in 1968)

THis may have been the day my sailing was cancelled.

same day

Interior hold of the GMV Aramoana

Not sure I'd want to park there...

NZR Rail Ferry Journey Wellington to Picton

GMV Aramoana in service 1962-1983

Tonnage: 4,160 GT
Length: 112.2 m (368 ft)
Beam: 18.6 m (61 ft)
Draught: 4.73 m (15.5 ft)
Installed power: 6 × English Electric 16-cylinder 4-stroke turbocharged 16 CSVM diesel 10" x 21" design 900rpm, service 700rpm
Propulsion: 4 x Electric drive motors, 2 per shaft[2]
Speed: 19 knots (22 mph)
Capacity: 788 passengers
30 rail wagons
70 motor cars
Crew: 90

We miss her Crying

Regards,

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#50 Posted : 09 January 2015 23:24:23(UTC)
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