Oldtown is a small city in Allegany County, Maryland along the North Branch Potomac River. It was established in 1741 and named "Old Town" because it was the former site of an ancient Native American village. A post office was established here on May 26, 1870. Oldtown is connected by a one-lane low water toll bridge to Green Spring in Hampshire County, West Virginia.
Web Sites and Links
Oldtown Maryland OnlineThe official website provides history, photos, sightseeing information, news, and events.