Steam Engine Number 40 from the New Hope Ivyland Railroad at New Hope and Lahaska

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Uhlerstown Covered Bridge

The Uhlerstown Covered Bridge is a single span town lattice truss bridge located in Tinicum Township. It was build in 1865 and rebuilt in 1985.

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Perkasie Covered Bridge

The South Perkasie Covered Bridge is now landlocked. It was moved from its original position in Lenape Park in 1958.

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Pine Valley Covered Bridge

The Pine Valley covered bridge is also known as the Iron Hill Bridge.

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Civil War canons in Lambertville NJ

There are some remarkable civil war canons in a small park in Lambertville.

If you are in New Hope, you can cross the bridge and walk about six blocks. The park is at the intersection of York and George streets on the southeast corner.

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Civil War Re-enactment in Neshaminy State Park – April 2013

There are Civil War Re-enactments at Neshaminy State Park. We visited one in April 2013. Along with the battle re-enactment, there are campsites and tables with vendors and food. It’s a great day to visit some history.

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The Mercer Museum in Doylestown

My GF and I took a trip to the Mercer Museum in April 2017. It’s a fantastic, interesting place to visit. Henry Mercer, a wealthy Doylestown eccentric built the museum to house what he saw as an endangered part of Americana. The solid concrete structure houses about five floors of artifacts.

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The Husaria statue at Our Lady of Czestochowa and memorial to the Katyn Forest

There is a fantastic statue of a Winged Hussar (Husaria) in the cemetery at Our Lady of Czestochowa as well as a memorial to the Poles murdered by the Soviets in the Katyn Forest. 

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