A small boat used to cross the river at the village.
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|406 Chalkie the Ferryman||by Stephen Rafaluk|
|This is James "Chalkie" Cutting, the ferryman in the 1920's. My grandmother, Bessie Dibley...|
|89 Ferry||by Peter Caister|
|105 Ferry - date guessed!||by Nanny Pat|
|432 Jim Cutting (1835-1915)||by Stephen Rafaluk|
|Jim Cutting was the ferryman from late Victorian times probably until his death in 1915, w...|
|171 Postcard of ferry||by Trevor Boreham|
|A copy of post card sent franked Rye Harbour Sept 29th 1908 with a halfpenny stamp. From ...|
|320 Rye Harbour Ferry||by Trevor Boreham|
|Date was guessed - do the boats suggest a date?...|
|20 The Ferry||by Unknown|
|434 The Rye Harbour ferry||by Stephen Rafaluk|
|It's impossible to be certain but I think the ferryman in this picture is also Jim Cutting...|
|428 The Rye Harbour Ferry||by Unknown|
|Chalkie the ferryman in the boat Three Sisters took people across the river between Rye Ha...|