By a County Press reporter
Tuesday, December 31, 2013
The high tide in Cowes this morning. Picture courtesy of Will Matthews.
THE floating bridge service between Cowes and East Cowes has been suspended this morning (Tuesday) due to high tides.
*The Isle of Wight Council said it came back in service shortly after 11am.
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by Baz Taylor
31st December 2013, at 14:44:09
"Floating Bridge Suspended": Sounds like a David Blaine magic trick!
by DAVE TODD
31st December 2013, at 13:26:33
What a great idea Lee, can you imagine Mr Crowe taking this project forward Admiral m Crowe what a great name for a duck. Can't wait for this one to take off.
by neil king
31st December 2013, at 13:15:05
Lee your idea is very very silly, duck dynasty is awesome though... the old man is a legend.....,,
by IWCP Online
31st December 2013, at 11:41:38
Thanks to readers for highlighting the error in the caption. We've corrected it now. Ross Findon (web editor).
by Mike Crowe
31st December 2013, at 11:23:51
I have a feeling that the photo is of Cowes not East Cowes
by Nicky Cherry
31st December 2013, at 11:21:29
Floating bridge back on now, according to the council website.
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