Grand Street Ferry
The first ferry connecting Manhattan to Williamsburg was established in the early 19th century, connecting to North Second Street in Williamsburg. The Grand Street Ferry began operations in 1812, and took over and stopped the former a few years later.
- Forty-second Street and Grand Street Ferry Railroad which ran in the second half of the 19th century along 42nd Street from Tenth Avenue to Grand Street Ferry.
- Nathaniel Scudder Prime, A History of Long Island: From Its First Settlement by Europeans, to the Year 1845, pp. 349–350
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