There's no better place to get a bird’s-eye view of the Delaware River than Bowman's Hill Tower, part of Washington Crossing Historic Park in Bucks County.
A great vantage point to see the railway bed next to the D&L Trail is a the bridge to Glen Onoko Falls Trail near the town of Jim Thorpe in Northeast Pennsylvania.
The last remaining vertical cement kilns in the world stand in Saylor Park, Coplay, Pa. along the Ironton Rail Trail.
Family members walk across the pedestrian bridge in the southern portion of the D&L Trail.
Bucks County is home to 934 farms comprising 75,883 acres and ranks 18th out of Pennsylvania’s 67 counties in agricultural production.
Canoeing along the Delaware River is a peaceful way to spend the day, especially during the height of Pennsylvania fall foliage.
Cyclists enjoy the D&L Trail in the northern region, which parallels along an active railway through Lehigh Gorge State Park.
Steam excursions at the New Hope & Ivyland Railroad are fun for the whole family. New Hope is located at the southern terminus of the D&L Trail.
Reconstruction of the outlet lock at South Easton in 1904 showing the placement of the drop-gate wickets which were salvaged from the original lock. The lock was rebuilt using concrete.
Daniel McCollick of Erwinna with his team at Mauch Chunk in 1911.
Partially unloaded boat at Leedom's coal yard in Yardley, Pa. The two sections have been unhinged and coal is being scooped out.
The New Jersey Zinc Co. thrived in the period from 1897 to 1966, at which time it played a role in building the town of Palmerton.
D&L Trail Tenders are local residents who want to help preserve local recreation and historic resources.
In the Carbon County region, the rapids of the Lehigh River make for some excellent whitewater during summer months. Several trail-friendly businesses operate shuttles for whitewater rafting up and down the Corridor.
The Weissport section of the D&L Trail is utilized for biking, hiking, and fishing year-round.
Loaded Lehigh Coal & Navigation boats near Tullytown on the Delaware Canal.
A stunning view of St. Mark's Episcopal Church from the porch of the Asa Packer Mansion in the town of Jim Thorpe, Pa.
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