The ferry Selden III, which serves the Chester/Hadlyme route on the Connecticut River, passes through the Thames River Railroad Bridge between Groton and New London Monday, Feb. 22, 2021, en route to the Mohawk Northeast facility in the shadow of the Gold Star Memorial Bridge to take on the first load of fuel for the upcoming season.
The 65-foot ferry was built in 1949 and is operated by the Connecticut Department of Transportation.
Ferry service opens April 1 and runs through Nov. 30.
Editor's Note: The text has been updated to clarify the fueling status for the ferry.
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