SS Badger: Quiz

Question 1: She is the last coal-fired passenger vessel operating on the ________.
James BayOntarioGreat LakesArctic Ocean

Question 2: [2] After 1972 service was gradually curtailed; all but the three newest vessels were retired, and sailings to ________ and Manitowoc, Wisconsin were discontinued, leaving only the route between Ludington and Kewaunee, Wisconsin.
Waukesha, WisconsinMadison, WisconsinMilwaukeeWaukesha County, Wisconsin

Question 3: Today the ferry connects the eastern and western segments of ________ in the two cities from May to October.
U.S. Route 12U.S. Route 10U.S. Route 410U.S. Route 2

Question 4: Badger entered service 21 March 1953 for the ________ (from 1973 a subsidiary of the Chessie System).
Norfolk and Western RailwayNorfolk Southern RailwayChesapeake and Ohio RailwayVirginian Railway

Question 5: [7] The ferry saves about three and a half hours of travel time (and the frustration of congested highways) compared to the 411 mile (661 km) drive from Manitowoc to Ludington via ________.
Elmhurst, IllinoisBurr Ridge, IllinoisBlue Island, IllinoisChicago

Question 6: Currently, she shuttles between Manitowoc, Wisconsin and ________.
Branch Township, MichiganCuster, MichiganScottville, MichiganLudington, Michigan

Question 7: The S.S. Badger is a coal-fired passenger and vehicle ferry in the United States that has been in ________ service from 1953 until the present.
Northern MichiganGreat LakesLake HuronLake Michigan

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