Main street of Chincoteague
The main street of Chincoteague was like so many other main streets of Eastern Shore of Virginia towns. It was not paved in early days. It was wet and muddy after a big rainstorm went by. There were no bridges then so the only way of moving about was on foot or by animal drawn carts or carriages. The needs of the residents arrived on Chincoteague by boat.
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