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Studio of radio station "Echo of Moscow" at night

Image from page 18 of “Forty beaches, highland and water resorts” (1915)

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Identifier: fortybeacheshigh00penn
Title: Forty beaches, highland and water resorts
Year: 1915 (1910s)
Authors: Pennsylvania railroad company. [from old catalog]
Subjects: Summer resorts
Publisher: [Philadelphia?
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
Digitizing Sponsor: Sloan Foundation

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rding ampleopportunity for rowing. The town itself is well worth a visit. In it are the homes,many of them very old, of the fishermen who have pursued theirlivelihood on the Bay for many years. Marvelous tales of greatcatches are told on doorstep and at the postofEce during offhours, and the tellers never want an audience. At the same time, Tuckerton is an up-to-date town with anumber of fine residences and business places. During the pastyear the eight hundred and twenty foot high aerial of the Tucker-ton Radio Station erected in the town has brought Germanywithin speaking distance of the United States, and fame toi he little town as well. OTHER FISHING RESORTS. In the immediate neighborhood of Tuckerton are the towns ofBarnegat, Manahawken, West Creek and Waretown where fisher-men throng during the season for the fine sport in the six milewide bay stretching out to the east. ^- (For list of hotels, see pages 30-33. For fares, see pages 34-37.) 18 -W DELAWARE, MARYLAND AND VIRGINIA i

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THE MORNING DIP The coast line of the Atlantic seaboard lying between DelawareBay and Chesapeake Bay is very similar in character to thatalong the southern half of New Jersey. The shore is fringedwith gentle shelving beaches upon which the breakers tumble insuch gentle cadence that surf bathing is at once perfectly safefor even the most timid and exhilarating in the highest degree.Several resorts have been developed along this stretch of beachwhich have for some years been very popular. REHOBOTH, DEL. Just across the mouth of the Delaware from Cape May,south of where the light on Cape Henlopen marks the Delawareside of the entrance to Philadelphias harbor is the Newportof the Diamond State, Rehoboth, which for many years hasbeen a favorite summering place with residents of Wilming-ton and other cities and towns in the Delaware peninsula. The many improvementswhich have been made in re-cent years to the beach front,the boardwalk or esplanadeand the hotels and cottages,have attracted to

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