John Burns Ferry Boat
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A Description of John Burns Ferry Boat as shown in picture above! The John Burns Ferry boat was named after John Elliot Burns who was a British trade unionist and politician of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. John Elliot Burns was a socialist and a Liberal member of parliament! He was anti-drink, he coined the phrase "The Thames is liquid history." The John Burns Ferry Boat was built in Dundee in the year of 1963 by the Caledon Shipbuilding & Engineering Company to replace one of the previous one of four paddle steamers that were being used for ferrying across the River Thames since 1923! The Woolwich Free Ferry was established in the late 1880s! Woolwich Free Ferry is a boat service across the River Thames and is licensed and financed by London River Services, the Maritime Arm of Transport for London operated by the Serco Group. The Ferry Boats supply a service for both foot passengers and vehicles alike with links service between Woolwich of the London Borough of Greenwich and North Woolwich! John Burns Woolwich Ferry Boat with a crowd of people onboard, including the new Mayor of London in party mood crossing the River Thames on 18th June 2008!
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