The dock in the Old Harbor District of Block Island is the arrival port for the ferries that carry visitors and supplies to the Island, which is located just twelve miles off the southern coast of Rhode Island. Block Island saw a surge in development and tourism in the late nineteenth century that continues today.
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Cities and Towns -- Rhode Island -- Block Island;
United States of America
Smolski, Chet, "Block Island Docks" (2011). Browse All. 322.
Block Island, Rhode Island; harbor; docks; resort towns;