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On the Eastern Shore, Virginia’s Cape Charles is in the midst of a small-town renaissance

August 16, 2019

“Virginia’s cape may not have the widespread name recognition of Cod, May or Hatteras, but the tide is turning for Cape Charles. The Eastern Shore town, situated about 10 miles north of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel, spent a few decades in quiet decline after the bridge made the town’s ferry service obsolete and stole most of its traffic in the 1960s. Today, however, that same bridge is bringing visitors from across the bay as well as from up north.”

Read the article on the Washington Post website.

(Photo by Todd Curran for The Washington Post)