Crewmen of one of the two ferries at Plymouth say traffic has more than doubled since the Wallula-Umatilla highway was closed to traffic last Friday because of seepage from Lake Wallula. In the foreground of this Nov. 8, 1953, photo is Leslie Hoggart of Hermiston and with him is Gary Carpenter of Plymouth. They said there’s no delay in getting across the mighty Columbia.
Crewmen of one of the two ferries at Plymouth say traffic has more than doubled since the Wallula-Umatilla highway was closed to traffic last Friday because of seepage from Lake Wallula. In the foreground of this Nov. 8, 1953, photo is Leslie Hoggart of Hermiston and with him is Gary Carpenter of Plymouth. They said there’s no delay in getting across the mighty Columbia. Tri-City Herald file
Crewmen of one of the two ferries at Plymouth say traffic has more than doubled since the Wallula-Umatilla highway was closed to traffic last Friday because of seepage from Lake Wallula. In the foreground of this Nov. 8, 1953, photo is Leslie Hoggart of Hermiston and with him is Gary Carpenter of Plymouth. They said there’s no delay in getting across the mighty Columbia. Tri-City Herald file

From the archives: Plymouth ferry sees uptick in traffic

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