James Slip Ferry

The James Slip Ferry was a ferry route connecting Manhattan and Long Island City, Queens, New York City, United States, joining James Slip (Manhattan) and Hunter's Point (Queens) across the East River.

History

The ferry was established by May 1861, when the Long Island Rail Road was rerouted to Hunter's Point. [cite BDE|title=The Long Island Railroad|md=May 10|y=1861|page=2] It was discontinued on October 1, 1907.Fact|date=March 2007

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