- Item 27067 - Governor Brann Ferry, ca. 1935
- Contributed by Islesboro Historical Society
- Item 27067
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This photograph shows Islesboro's first ferry, the Governor Brann, pulling out of the Islesboro docking area. The Governor Brann was built in Rockland, Maine, and could originally hold ten passenger cars. After three months of use, the ferry was taken to Rockland and expanded to carrying twelve cars. The Brann was in service from 1936 to 1959.Show Details
Printed on photograph: "Ferry Boat 'Gov. Brann" Islesboro, Maine C56-C"