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I visited Rittenhouse Town, a historic village in the Wissahickon Trail Park in Philadelphia a couple of weekends ago, where you can tour old homes, walk along the creek or admire the plantings in the gardens.

This historic bridge/tunnel seemed so familiar to me, like I had been here as a child and walked under the bridge in the water. Bring home this woodland scene with a photograph with a white border, signed and dated on the back by me and with a special surprise inside!

"RittenhouseTown is the site of the first paper mill in North America, built in 1690 by William Rittenhouse. For over 150 years, the Rittenhouse family operated the mills while living on the site. By the late 18th century, RittenhouseTown had developed into a small self-sufficient industrial community with more than 40 buildings: homesteads, workers' cottages, the paper mill complex, a church, a school, and a firehouse.

Today, only seven buildings still stand on the remaining 30 acres that were declared a National Historic Landmark District in 1992. The 1,800 acres of Wissahickon Valley Park are part of Philadelphia’s 9,200-acre Fairmount Park, one of the largest city parks in the world. A lovely, wooded valley with the Wissahickon Creek running through its entire seven-mile length, the Park extends from Chestnut Hill in the north to Manayunk in the southwest. Forbidden Drive, a wide gravel road closed to automobile traffic, parallels the Creek and the Park is criss-crossed by more than 50 miles of often-rugged trails."

Historic Bridge Photograph Waterfall in Woodland Stone Arch River Creek Leaves and Rocks Philadelphia Wissahickon Rittenhousetown


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