A Hot Lazy Day on the Delaware

Took a short trip down route 611 today to Riegelsville, PA, which is about 9 miles south of Easton, PA. Like Easton, it is right on the Delaware river. It is the first town south of Easton that has a bridge to New Jersey.

The Riegelsville Bridge opened in 1904 and was designed by the engineering firm of John A. Roebling’s Sons Co. Roebling designed many notable bridges, including the iconic Brooklyn Bridge.

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George M. Fattell.

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