Boston, Massachusetts, Fishermen Docked at the T-Wharf, c1905

When Boston�s Broad Street was extended as Atlantic Avenue in 1868, its new path traversed the grounds of the previously expansive Long Wharf. The dock space that remained, known as T-wharf, became the bustling home to the city�s fishing industry. Vessels crowded the deep water landing until the opening of the Fish Pier in 1917 offered easier unloading and a shorter trip to sea.


Boston, Massachusetts, Fishermen Docked at the T-Wharf, c1905

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