2 thoughts on “Looking Out MacMillan Pier In Provincetown On Cape Cod.”

  1. “…Old Colony Railroad Wharf, built in 1873, where ferries deposited people and fishing boats’ catches were loaded onto the railroad cars, which came all the way down to the end of the pier.

    When Provincetown’s most famous son conquered the North Pole with Admiral Peary, the wharf was renamed in his honor, and it is now called MacMillan Wharf.”


    ” The pier is named after arctic explorer Donald B. MacMillan, a Provincetown native who retired to Provincetown and died there in 1970.”

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