New Hope Reds

New Hope trolley
This little trolley is at the entrance to the train station in New Hope. The train just takes you on a 45 minute ride and back again through Bucks County, PA. It has an old-fashioned flavor, but it is from the early 20th century, and the town itself is much older. My favorite part of our trip was to the Parry Mansion, which was built in the 18th century. Five generations of Parrys lived in that house. You can learn more about the history of New Hope here.

street into bridge over Delaware
Looking down the hill unto the bridge that crosses over the Delaware River into New Jersey, you can see there are a lot of shops, galleries and restaurants in this little quaint town.

New Hop stuff
Some of the stuff on display in New Hope is, well, a bit strange.

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