High Roads from Wheelers Point, 1914

Taken from Larady Road on Wheelers Point, this photo looks across the Mill River toward Washington Street, near Gee Avenue. Note the clam shacks on the left, and Clam Alley, where 'Clam Tucker sold his steamers. I'm in the woods about what High Roads refers to. It may be Washington Street, because it runs along the ridge "high" above the Mill River.

Taken from Larady Road on Wheelers Point, this photo looks across the Mill River toward Washington Street, near Gee Avenue. Note the clam shacks on the left, and Clam Alley, where ‘Clam Tucker sold his steamers. I’m in the woods about what High Roads refers to. It may be Washington Street, because it runs along the ridge “high” above the Mill River.

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