Towers Wharf


1896 - early 20th century

Other Names

poss. Two Johns Wharf







This wharf was located below Potters Landing on the Choptank River.  It was owned by William Frank Towers and later his son Thomas Frederick Towers; the latter was the brother of Lawrence B. Towers who once owned Potters Landing and  at one time most of West Denton riverfront. It is not designated on "Topographic Map of Caroline County" 1950 revised 1971. 111 A Towers Wharf (L. B. Towers Cannery Wharf) was also located at West Denton. Based on the 1897 Sualsbury Map of Caroline County, W. F. Towers owns a house adjacent to the wharf identified as "Two Johns." It is likely that Towers took over the "Two Johns Wharf" and store after the foreclosure of the property in 1887.  See Two Johns.


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River Sections:
Lower Choptank
Lower Tributaries
Middle Choptank

Historic Sites on the Upper Choptank River

Todd Wharf
Downes Landing
Two Johns
Keenes Landing
Towers Wharf
Potters Landing
Potters Mill
Lyford Landing
Pealiquor Ldg
Pungy Shipwreck
Watts Creek
Vesper Shipwreck
West Denton
Denton Wharves
Denton Bridges
Denton Ferries
Pig Point
Neck Meeting House
QARR Bridge
Adams Landing
Ridgely Waterfront
Hardcastle Ldg
Barwicks Ferry
Melvills Warehse
Smith Landing
Brigantine Ldg
Sangstons Ldg
Passapea Ldg
Landing Ck Ldg
Brick Mill Landing
G'boro Wharves
G'boro Bridges
Sandy Is Bridge
Choptank Mills