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Ferry boats hauled vehicles across major streams before bridges became commonplace. The owners typically collected a fee for the service. The initial list posted in the museum was created by computer searching the text of Murray County Heritage
Gregory's operated a Ferry at the Harris Ford on the Conasauga River until early 1950s.
Montgomery Ferry, earlier was called Reels Ferry.
Pullen's Ferry, SW corner of county.
Reels Ferry, later called Montgomery Ferry.
Smokes Ferry, on the Conasauga.
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