Norman Rockwell would have loved this vestige of small town America especially if he was a railroad buff. With the meticulously restored railroad station situated in the town square surrounded by quaint shops, the 1885 town has the look of an old-fashion model train village. A Five and Dime, the Eastern Shore Railroad Museum, Antique Car Museum and attractive Victorian homes only add to the nostalgic atmosphere. Homespun eateries won't let you leave hungry. Located 2 miles west off Rt. 13, about 20 miles south of the Maryland line.
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