1. Joshua Slocum approaching the landing ramp at East Ferry. Note the strong tide sweeping the ferry's wake.
2. Docked at Tiverton, again note the tide. The ferry maintains its position at the dock by keeping full power on its props.
It was then purchased by Beaver Marine, and stopped off in Halifax en route to Point Tupper where it was laid up for a time. It was then sold for fish farming use, and renamed The Lost Joshua and later The Walter Gray.
3. In its new role it has been fitted with a knuckle boom crane, and one leg of its bridge support has been straightened.
4. One propulsion unit has been swung up out of the water. The engine house is on deck, with a direct connection to the drive unit.
The Walter Gray sailed on the evening of September 24 for Port aux Basques, under its own power.