What I love about our area is the glimpses of history around us. Driving out via Valley Forge Park to Phoenixville along Route 252 North a little before you get to Route 23 you see the bridge below. Recently repaired after a truck clipped the side and demolished a portion of it it is a glimpse of days gone by.
There is parking close by and a lovely trail along the river or creek bank under the shade of trees. It is popular with those who want an easy flat walk and those who will challenge the hill it sits at the bottom of for a more adventurous hike as well.
There was a foundry situated along this side of the creek allowing the Americans to make bullets and cannon balls should the English attack the camp at Valley Forge. The two hills this sits between are called Mount Misery and Mount Joy.
There are lots of historical homes in our area as well, should you be interested in purchasing or selling one contact Nick Vandekar, Tredyffrin Easttown Realtor, with Long & Foster Real Estate Inc., Nick@VandekarTeam.com, office 610-225-7400, cell or text 610-203-4543.
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