Liberty Bell Trail

Pennsylvania


One of the quaint signs marking the trail, which will eventually stretch from Quakertown to Norristown and form part of an inter-city greenway that will connect the Allentown-Bethlehem and Philadelphia metropolitan areas.
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Approaching the bridge over the West Branch of Neshaminy Creek. An active rail line that the trail parallels on its southern section can be seen on the right.
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Historical building next to the trail in downtown Hatfield.
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Straight section of the trail southwest of Main Street in Hatfield.
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Looking south from Broad Street into Liberty Bell Plaza in Hatfield.
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Town clock at the northern terminus of the trail at Broad Street in Hatfield.
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The trail's northern terminus is currently at Liberty Bell Plaza, a small square in Hatfield. Ambitious plans call for it to be extended northward to Quakertown in the future. Taken August 2016.
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Although most of the trail has a crushed stone surface, the northernmost portion near Broad Street is paved in brick.
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