Wollaston Barge Ferry

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Wollaston Barge Ferry
Wollaston Lake Barge - Side view - July 2013.jpg
Wollaston Barge docked at Wollaston
Locale Wollaston Lake, Saskatchewan, Canada
Waterway Wollaston Lake
Transit type Ferry (barge service)
Operator Saskatchewan Department of Highways and Transportation
System length Highway 905 to Wollaston Lake - 46km
No. of lines 1
No. of vessels 1
No. of terminals 2
Front view docked at Barge Landing in Wollaston Lake, SK.

The Wollaston Barge Ferry is a ferry (barge service) that operates in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan in the far north region of the province. The ferry crosses Wollaston Lake, providing a link between Saskatchewan Highway 905 and Wollaston Lake, Saskatchewan.

The barge is operated by the Saskatchewan Department of Highways and Transportation and passage must be pre-booked. The barge has tolls and operates twice per day during the ice-free season while an ice-road is used during part of the winter. The ferry has a length of 15.2 metres (50 ft), a width of 2.7 metres (8 ft 10 in), and a weight limit of 23.4 tonnes.[1]

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