End of the road
In the late 19th and early 20th Centuries, Williamsburg's position near an active port and major market made it a perfectly location for new businesses.
The bustling waterfront contained docks, shipyards, warehouses, distilleries, taverns, mills, metal works and breweries before falling into decline after WW1.
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