The Ferries of Scotland, Large and Small, part 2

The Ferry at Kinclaven in Perthshire, on the Tay, Blair Gowrie had an interesting double-boat construction. This a GWW postcard, sent in 1906.
The Ferry at Kinclaven in Perthshire, on the Tay, Blair Gowrie had an interesting double-boat construction. This a GWW postcard, sent in 1906.
"Kinclaven Ferry", a Cameron, murthly postcard sent 1903.
"Kinclaven Ferry", a Cameron, murthly postcard sent 1903.
"Kinclaven Ferry on the Tay."
"Kinclaven Ferry on the Tay."
Kinclaven Ferry, a Valentine postcard 1902.
Kinclaven Ferry, a Valentine postcard 1902.
"Kyle, Over the Sea to Skye." A Reliable Series postcard sent in 1907.
"Kyle, Over the Sea to Skye." A Reliable Series postcard sent in 1907.
"The Ferry, Kyleakin, Skye." A Valentine postcard sent in 1937.
"The Ferry, Kyleakin, Skye." A Valentine postcard sent in 1937.
"The Ferry and Castle Moil, Kyleakin, Skye." A Tuck postcard, 1937?
"The Ferry and Castle Moil, Kyleakin, Skye." A Tuck postcard, 1937?
"The New Ferry Boat, 'Portree', at Kyle of Lochalsh." A Valentine postcard, 1952. The bridge over to Skye at Lochalsh was completed in 1995.
"The New Ferry Boat, 'Portree', at Kyle of Lochalsh." A Valentine postcard, 1952. The bridge over to Skye at Lochalsh was completed in 1995.
Cows being herded onto the Kyleakin ferry, 'Portree'. A photo taken in 1953.
Cows being herded onto the Kyleakin ferry, 'Portree'. A photo taken in 1953.
The Kessock Ferry linked Inverness to the Black Isle. Date of this photograph unknown.
The Kessock Ferry linked Inverness to the Black Isle. Date of this photograph unknown.
"Kessock Ferry, Inverness." A Valentine postcard 1913.
"Kessock Ferry, Inverness." A Valentine postcard 1913.
"Kessock Ferry, Inverness." A valentine postcard sent in 1925.
"Kessock Ferry, Inverness." A valentine postcard sent in 1925.
Two postcards of the ferry at the Kyle of Tongue, c1913. The causeway that now links Tongue to Melness was completed in 1971.
Two postcards of the ferry at the Kyle of Tongue, c1913. The causeway that now links Tongue to Melness was completed in 1971.
"Heilem Ferry, Loch Erribol, Durness Sutherland." The pier on the western side of Loch Eriboll is shown, with Ben Hope behind.
"Heilem Ferry, Loch Erribol, Durness Sutherland." The pier on the western side of Loch Eriboll is shown, with Ben Hope behind.
A scarce image of the Cape Wrath Ferry, which crossed the Kyle of Durness. Date unknown.
A scarce image of the Cape Wrath Ferry, which crossed the Kyle of Durness. Date unknown.
Kerrera Ferry, Gallanach Road, Oban." Date unknown.
Kerrera Ferry, Gallanach Road, Oban." Date unknown.
"The Little Ferry" at Littleferry! A small village on Loch Fleet, Golspie, Sutherland. An old postcard, date unknown.
"The Little Ferry" at Littleferry! A small village on Loch Fleet, Golspie, Sutherland. An old postcard, date unknown.
Not the easiest of access for the ferry at Craignure. A postcard sent in July 1939.
Not the easiest of access for the ferry at Craignure. A postcard sent in July 1939.
The ferry at Tayport was a paddle steamer, called "Dolphin." A postcars sent in 1909.
The ferry at Tayport was a paddle steamer, called "Dolphin." A postcars sent in 1909.
One of five photographs taken from an album titled "Tour in Scotland, June 1927." It belonged to a Mr & Mrs Ingham, and the tour took them from Royal Lytham to the Lakes, and then on to Scotland.
One of five photographs taken from an album titled "Tour in Scotland, June 1927." It belonged to a Mr & Mrs Ingham, and the tour took them from Royal Lytham to the Lakes, and then on to Scotland.
They clearly headed right up to the far north, and seem to have been in a convoy of at least three cars.
They clearly headed right up to the far north, and seem to have been in a convoy of at least three cars.
At Kylesku, they watch as the three vehicles - the Essex, the Morris and the Alva - are carried over safely.
At Kylesku, they watch as the three vehicles - the Essex, the Morris and the Alva - are carried over safely.
Strome Ferry operated from 1809, when Telford's road from Dingwall to Kintail was being built. The construction of the A890 'Stromeferry bypass' in 1970 rendered the ferry unnecessary, and it no longer exists.
Strome Ferry operated from 1809, when Telford's road from Dingwall to Kintail was being built. The construction of the A890 'Stromeferry bypass' in 1970 rendered the ferry unnecessary, and it no longer exists.
The Morris and the Alva are carried across Loch Carron safely.
The Morris and the Alva are carried across Loch Carron safely.
The Renfrew ferry, on the Clyde. A card posted in 1910.
The Renfrew ferry, on the Clyde. A card posted in 1910.
Another view of the Renfrew ferry, here called the Yorker. On a Herald series card, posted in 1907.
Another view of the Renfrew ferry, here called the Yorker. On a Herald series card, posted in 1907.
Also on the Clyde, the Erskine ferry. Reputedly the oldest ferry on the river, it was replaced by a bridge in 1971. A card by Armstrong, posted in 1943.
Also on the Clyde, the Erskine ferry. Reputedly the oldest ferry on the river, it was replaced by a bridge in 1971. A card by Armstrong, posted in 1943.