Darlington Heating Oil Delivery
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- Will-Call or Automatic Delivery
- Flexible Monthly Payment Options
- Referral Account Credits
- Anytime Account Access
- Loyalty Rewards Points (with Automatic Delivery)
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Darlington is a town on the smaller side in Harford County, Maryland, with a population that only reaches a little over 400 people according to the U.S. census completed in 2010. The Darlington Historic District is one of the town’s main attractions and, in 1987, was placed on the National Register of Historic Places. It is a great place for exploring American history and reconnecting with nature along the Susquehanna River, which is located just east and north-east of the Darlington area and can easily be accessed by driving north on MD Route 1. Some businesses in Darlington which gain a lot of attention from the locals and from visitors include the Harford County Public Library, Darlington Volunteer Fire Company, Crock-A-Doodle-Doo, Altus Engineering, Blevins Home Mortgage, Head of the Bay Antiques, Chesapeake Harley-Davidson and Darlington Pharmacy.
Darlington’s Historic District has about 100 historic structures in its midst and was once the central area of Darlington Village, the original settlement. Four churches are located in the district, including two larger ones called Darlington Untied Methodist Church and Deer Creek Friends Meetinghouse. The rest of the district is a good mix of residential areas and commercial locations that usually date back to the late 19th century (or at least the buildings do). Just north of Darlington is the Mason-Dixon Line, which separates Maryland from Pennsylvania. As the Susquehanna continues to travel north, it briefly functions as the Conowingo Reservoir and Clarke Lake along its way. It continues, winding into New York, then back to Pennsylvania, and then into New York again.