Pennsylvania Roads - PA 32
Slowly turning away from the artificially one-way PA 32 to the naturally beautiful Delaware River, which 32 faithfully follows down to Morrisville. The northbound side is clearly graded but gone, maybe for a future nature trail, but I see no reason why 32 couldn't have stayed two-way so everyone could enjoy the view. I also see no reason to have double-yellow when there's no opposing direction of traffic.
The Uhlerstown-Frenchtown Bridge, connecting to NJ 12 on the east side of the river, but just a 4-digit SR on this side.
The Lumberville-Raven Rock Bridge, the only remaining covered bridge across the Delaware River. What, does that look like a suspension bridge? The piers are original to 1856, when not one of the five spans was uncovered. Even on a cold day, people take their dogs into New Jersey to do their business.
Overhead signs are supposed to be green, not white. You know this is PennDOT because of the Clearview font.
SB and NB on opposite sides of the small settlement of Yardley. Well, that's not fair - it's a decently sized community, but PA 32/Delaware Ave.-River Rd. is isolated by the Delaware Canal.
Not the Northeast Corridor, which crosses from Trenton to the south, this is the West Trenton Railroad Bridge, constructed before World War I and still serving passenger and freight rail traffic.
The Calhoun Street Bridge, taking Trenton Ave. across the river. Talk about your inferiority complex - both bridge and street are named after the NJ side! There's plenty more to be seen via the link below.
Across the river to NJ 12
Onto PA 179
Calhoun St. Bridge
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