Granville Ferry

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Granville Ferry is located in Nova Scotia
Granville Ferry
Granville Ferry in Nova Scotia

Granville Ferry (2006 population: 161) is a village in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia, located in Annapolis County . Granville Ferry is located directly across the Annapolis River from Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia. Granville Ferry was a major shipbuilding centre in the Golden Age of Sail. The village was also home to Bessie Hall, a notable female mariner in the 19th century. The community is named after John Carteret, 2nd Earl Granville.[1]

View of Granville Ferry from Annapolis Royal

Coordinates: 44°45′26″N 65°30′44″W / 44.75722°N 65.51222°W / 44.75722; -65.51222 (Granville Ferry, Nova Scotia)