JUNCTION & BREAKWATER & CAPE HENLOPEN: 1868
JUNCTION & BREAKWATER RAIL ROAD IMPORTANT TO CAPE REGION
The Delawarean newspaper has reported the New York City capitalist are to complete the Junction & Breakwater Rail Road to Lewes to make ties with New York City markets from Georgetown train tracks will be laid to Seaford and on south to Cape Charles through Millsboro, Berlin, Maryland, and Eastville, Virginia.
It is expected the railroad will develop the sandy strip between Cape Henlopen and Cape Charles into thickly settled and highly productive region supplying fruits, vegetables, fish, oysters and wild game birds to northern cities.
Abstract: Middletown Transcript, Saturday, March 28, 1868