Vineyard Haven, Martha's Vineyard


Downtown, main street in Vineyard Haven on a summer afternoon. The cars stop for pedestrians!

 

 

The dock at the Black Dog. This area takes the big boats that need their Television plugged in each evening.

 

Vineyard Haven is the landing point for most of the island bound ferries. 
The most industrialized harbor of the coastal towns, Vineyard Haven is also a dry town, with no liquor served. 
Leaving the dock by car, driving past the Stop and Shop, your first Vineyard driving encounter is Four Corners. A webcam allows you to keep track of this carefully designed gridlock generator. As it sounds, you have five streets all running into each other, and all odd angles, with no easy approach like a traffic light. People just off the boat and rushing to go have fun meet tired islanders who just want the crowds to thin.

 

 

 

The Black Dog Tavern

 

 

 

Fresh picked flower stand, self serve each summer day.

 

 

Walking west out of town, one finds quaint shingled homes of beauty and character

 

 

Unitarian Church, Vineyard Haven

 

 

 

 

 

 

Martha's Vineyard

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