In the decades after World War II, downtown Salisbury hummed as the retailing center for the Lower Shore. This photo shows the eastern edge of the thriving business district packed with automobiles one evening.
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- Website for Real Time Marine Traffic on Delaware & Chesapeake Bays, and C & D Canal
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- The MA & PA Railroad, Examined in a New Book.