Filmed from underneath the RT 450 bridge near the US Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland, we capture the boating activity a sunny and windy day on the lower Severn River near its confluence with Spa Creek as they both flow into the Chesapeake Bay.
Eastport is separated from Annapolis, MD by Spa Creek. The Eastport peninsula is bordered by Spa and Back Creeks as they flow into the mouth of the Severn River as it empties into the Chesapeake Bay. Eastport has a history of maritime industry, which continues today. Working boats of yesteryear however, have been replaced by …View full post
Defenders Day – is a legal holiday celebrated on September 12th in the U.S. State of Maryland. It commemorates the successful defense of the City of Baltimore, MD on September 12, 1814 from an invasion by a British force during the war of 1812. The invasion consisted of a land based attack and an attack …View full post
Located on Maryland’s eastern shore, Chestertown has been a Royal Port of Entry (1706), the scene of a Revolutionary Tea Party (1774) and a hub for agricultural and seafood products once shipped on steamboats. It is also the site of the first college chartered in the nation after the Declaration of Independence – Washington College …View full post
Oxford is one of the oldest towns in Maryland. While Oxford officially marks the year 1683 as its founding because it was first named by the Maryland General Assembly as a seaport that year, it actually began between 1666 and 1668 when approximately 30 acres were laid out as a town called Oxford by William …View full post
Annapolis, MD – Part 3 of The Streets of Annapolis takes a look at some streets off the beaten path. Shipwright Street and Revell Street lie behind St. Mary’s Catholic Church and School. Newman Street runs from the front of the Church and connects with Compromise Street right in front of the Fleet Reserve Club.View full post
An interview with Master Barber Faraj Capistrano. Faraj tells a little bit about his background, new barbershop and the services being offered. Visit his website online at http://www.capistranobarbershop.com or stop in at 54 Maryland Avenue in Historic Annapolis Maryland and tell Faraj you saw him on YouTube! 1st-time customers to the shop should ask Faraj …View full post
ALTV continues the series of videos showing the streets of Historic Annapolis, MD. In this video we cover Maryland Avenue, one of the original commercial streets of Historic Annapolis. Maryland Avenue runs off of State Circle and the two have a merchant’s website at http://marylandave.com providing information on history, events, parking and a directory for …View full post
The Gaither Road Train Crossing is located near Sykesville, MD and situated approximately at mile 30 of the Baltimore & Ohio (B & O) Old Main Line, the first commercial rail line in the United States. It is still in use today as evidenced in this video. For more Information and a photo tour of …View full post
Travelers pass by the Kent Narrows overhead via a six lane bridge and improved highway as they head toward points east on Maryland’s eastern shore including the popular summertime destination – Ocean City. Here we explore what lies beneath, a treasure trove of marinas and seafood restaurants.View full post
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Eastport is separated from Annapolis, MD by Spa Creek. The Eastport peninsula is bordered by Spa and Back Creeks as they flow into the mouth of the Severn River as it empties into the Chesapeake Bay. Eastport has a history of maritime industry, which continues today. Working boats of yesteryear however, have been replaced by the pleasure boating industry.