New Hope Bucks county Pennsylvania USA
The New Hope & Ivyland Railroad station adorned with christmas wreaths.
This historic, Victorian New Hope train station is located at 32 West Bridge Street, one block west from the intersection of Bridge and Main St. in the downtown area of New Hope. The train which leaves this station takes you along the same historic route that was filmed in the 1914 movie series “Perils of Pauline”. New Hope, formerly known as Coryell’s Ferry is quit the tourist destination. It is located a very short distance from the Philadelphia metro area and makes for an awesome day trip.
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National Register of Historic Places :
New Hope Village District (added 1985 – District – #85000462) Old Mill Rd., Stockton Ave., Ferry, Bridge, Mechanic, Randolph, Main, Coryell, and Waterloo Sts., New Hope
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