Ferry (disambiguation)


Ferry (disambiguation)

Ferry may refer to:
*Ferry, a form of transport across water

Places

Canada

*Ferry Island, in British Columbia

China

*Ferry Point, Hong Kong

United Kingdom

*Ferry Point, England
*Ferry Road, in Scotland
*Owston Ferry, a village in Lincolnshire, England

United States

*Ferry, Alaska, a census-designated place
*Ferry County, Washington
*Ferry Pass, Florida
*Ferry Township, Michigan

Landmarks

*The Ferry Building, a structure in San Francisco
*Ferry Farm, the childhood home of George Washington
*Ferry Field, a stadium in Ann Arbor, Michigan

People

*Ferry Carondelet (1473-1528), a Habsburg diplomat
*Ferry Corsten (born 1973), a Dutch musician
*Bryan Ferry (born 1945), an English musician
*Danny Ferry (born 1966), an American former professional basketball player
*Jules Ferry (1832-1893), a French statesman
*Thomas W. Ferry (1827-1896), an American politician

Mythology

*See Styx for the ferry across the River Styx to Hades.

ong

*Ferry Cross the Mersey (1964)

ee also

*Fairy
*Fairey


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