Boats at Ferrybank South on the eastern side of Wexford Harbour
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Prior to the construction of the first Wexford Bridge in the late 18th century, the townland of Ferrybank South was a landing-point for ferryboats crossing the River Slaney from Wexford Town. In the early 20th century, Ferrybank was the site of a U.S. Naval Air Station Wexford. It operated during World War I from 2 March 1918 until 15 February 1919.
- "Port an Chalaidh / Ferrybank". logainm.ie. Irish Placenames Commission. Retrieved 15 January 2020.
This English place-name [Ferrybank] refers to the landing point for ferryboats crossing the River Slaney from Wexford Town
- "Port an Chalaidh Theas / Ferrybank South". logainm.ie. Irish Placenames Commission. Retrieved 15 January 2020.
- "History of Wexford". wexfordboroughcouncil.ie. Archived from the original on 17 February 2013.
- Van Wyen, A.O (1969). Naval Aviation News, Naval Aviation In World War I. U.S. Government Printing Office. p. 64.
- Evans, Mark L; Grossnick, Roy A (2015). "Test of Strength" (PDF). United States Naval Aviation 1910-2010. United States Navy. ISBN 978-0-945274-87-2.
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