|A tug boat pushes a large vessel through ice floes on the East River. Photo by MK Metz|
Due to the ice, the only accessible ferry locations on Monday were Pier 11, Greenpoint, Long Island City, and E. 34th St.
Before trying to catch the ferry on Tuesday, check out the East River Ferry website.
According to the Old Salt Blog, the East River froze at least a dozen times between 1780 and 1888.
For more photos of the frozen East River, see Gothamist's "Freezepocalypse" compilation.
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