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Dagsboro is a town in Sussex County, near U.S. Route 113. The town's population is around 500. Dagsboro was named after General John Dagworthy, a Brigadier General of the Sussex County Militia during the Revolutionary War. Dagsboro was originally known as "Blackfoot Town" before being founded in 1793, and was known as "Dagsbury" and "Dagsborough" early on.


Clayton Theatre, on Main Street. The theatre was built in the 1940s.



A house on Sussex Street.



Businesses on Clayton Street.



A mansion on Clayton Street.



Houses on Clayton Street. The town post office is on the right.



A house on Main Street.



Another house on Main Street.



Hispanic businesses on Main Street.



A house on Cannon Street.



A house on Waples Street.



A house on Piney Neck Road.



Dagsboro Town Hall, formerly a little bank building.

 

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The screen inside that theatre is really bad, but there is something about the theatre I love, O its not a chain.
 

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I do not like how older homes have asphalt rooves and vinyl siding in Delaware. That is very disrespectful of our architectural heritage. That is why I prefer New England. The aesthetic is not as cheap up there. You dont see vinyl siding on Cape Cod like you do in Maritime Delaware. It is very white trash.
 

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This looks very similar to places on eastern Long Island...Moriches-Eastport-Manorville area.
 
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