Wollaston Barge Ferry
Wollaston Barge docked at Wollaston
|Locale||Wollaston Lake, Saskatchewan, Canada|
|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|
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.
- "FERRY INFORMATION". Saskatchewan Department of Highways and Transportation. Retrieved 2011-02-22.
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