Joe Scukanec | Photo Walk: Crisfield

Photo Walk: Crisfield

April 17, 2017  •  Leave a Comment

This is the third post in my series on the necks of Somerset county.

Crisfield MD is located at the end of the Southern neck of Somerset county. Initially a small fishing village called Annemessex Neck. Later renamed Somers Cove and then about 1866, John W. Crisfield brought the Pennsylvania Railroad to Somers Cove and the quiet little fishing village began to grow. Today, Crisfield is known as the Seafood Capital of the World and it is also a major gateway to both Smith Island and Tangier Island. 

Before I arrived in Crisfield I had already visited both Deal Island and Rumbley earlier that morning so I was starting to get hungry and looking for a restaurant. As I drove through town and parked at the docks I found the Water's Edge Café which served up an outstanding breakfast. Now I was ready to grab my camera and walk around town capturing some great images of the buildings and local watermen and their workboats.

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Crisfield PW 1Crisfield PW 1Water's Edge Café in Crisfield Crisfield PW 2Crisfield PW 2Workboat "Little Doll" docked in Crisfield Crisfield PW 3Crisfield PW 3Passenger Ferry Steven Thomas Crisfield PW 4Crisfield PW 4Dock workers taking in a waterman's catch Crisfield PW 5Crisfield PW 5 Crisfield PW 6Crisfield PW 6Local waterman shoving off in his workboat "Belinda Jean"


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