A tour of Bucks County, Pennsylvania

The Murray-Dougal Iron Bridge in Point Pleasant

The Murray Dougal Iron Bridge carries Byram Road across the Delaware Canal in Point Pleasant.

The bridge is listed in The National Register of Historic Places. It is an iron bridge from the 1800’s that carries traffic across the canal. It appears that Byram Road might have had different names over the years such as “Gobbler’s Way” and “Danboro-Point Pleasant Pike”.

The area around the bridge has activities such as rafting and canoeing as well as some small cafes and an eclectic antique shop. 

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The Murray -Dougal Bridge in Point Pleasant - Side View
The Murray -Dougal Bridge in Point Pleasant – Side View
The Murray -Dougal Bridge in Point Pleasant - Inscription
The Murray -Dougal Bridge in Point Pleasant – Inscription
The Murray -Dougal Bridge in Point Pleasant
The Murray -Dougal Bridge in Point Pleasant

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