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    • Railroad marker

    • Marker located between Delaware and Harmony Streets. The Marker reads, 'These stones were sleepers in the New Castle and Frenchtown Railroad, completed in 1831; the first railroad in Delaware and one of the first in the United States. Erected by...
    • Historical markers; Monuments & memorials;
    • Washington Street Memorial Bridge

    • Bridge dedicated as War Memorial to Delaware servicemen who lost lives in World War I; concrete bridge built in 1922 to replace a previous steel structure - Washington School #24 on left and Delaware Hospital roofline on right. The Bridge crosses...
    • Monuments & memorials; Bridges;
    • Washington Street Memorial Bridge

    • Bridge dedicated as War Memorial to Delaware servicemen who lost lives in World War I; concrete bridge built in 1922 to replace a previous steel structure - Washington School #24 on left and Delaware Hospital roofline on right. The Bridge crosses...
    • Monuments & memorials; Bridges;
    • Washington Street Memorial Bridge

    • Bridge dedicated as War Memorial to Delaware servicemen who lost lives in World War I; concrete bridge built in 1922 to replace a previous steel structure - Washington School #24 on left and Delaware Hospital roofline on right. The Bridge crosses...
    • Monuments & memorials; Bridges;
    • Todd Memorial

    • On a triangle beyond northern approach of Washington Memorial Bridge, William M. Todd built a memorial to his parents in 1925. A successful shipbuilder in New York, Todd was a native of Wilmington. He was a member of the Old Reliance Volunteer...
    • Parks; Monuments & memorials;
    • Todd Memorial

    • On a triangle beyond northern approach of Washington Memorial Bridge, William M. Todd built a memorial to his parents in 1925. A successful shipbuilder in New York, Todd was a native of Wilmington. He was a member of the Old Reliance Volunteer...
    • Parks; Monuments & memorials;
    • Todd Memorial

    • On a triangle beyond northern approach of Washington Memorial Bridge, William M. Todd built a memorial to his parents in 1925. A successful shipbuilder in New York, Todd was a native of Wilmington. He was a member of the Old Reliance Volunteer...
    • Parks; Monuments & memorials;
    • War memorial arch

    • Monument over Baltimore Pike on bridge over Crum Creek reads: 'Erected to those from Delaware County who served in the Great World War.' Monument was demolished in 1958 when highway was widened.
    • Monuments & memorials;
    • The Great Trail monument

    • This monument was erected in 1925 by the Pennsylvania Historical Commission and the Chester County Historical Society. It marks the Great Trail of the Minquas or Susquehanna Indians, which, prior to 1670, led from the Susquehanna River to the...
    • Indigenous peoples; Monuments & memorials; Historic sites;
    • Queonemysing Indian Town monument

    • Marker reads: 'Queonemysing Indian Town was located on the other side of Brandywine Creek from here in the great bend. Rattlesnake Trail and thence over Point Lookout in the rocks on Christina Creek in present Wilmington. The chief Secetareus and...
    • Indigenous peoples; Monuments & memorials; Historic sites;
    • Todd Memorial

    • On a triangle of land near the northeast end of the Washington Street Bridge is a memorial to the parents of William M. Todd, erected in 1925. A native of Wilmington, Todd became a successful shipbuilder in Brooklyn, New York.
    • Monuments & memorials;
    • Todd Memorial

    • On a triangle of land near the northeast end of the Washington Street Bridge is a memorial to the parents of William M. Todd, erected in 1925. A native of Wilmington, Todd became a successful shipbuilder in Brooklyn, New York.
    • Monuments & memorials;
    • The Great Trail monument

    • Marker reads: 'The Great Trail, Minqua or Susquehanna Indians, Susquehanna to the Schuylkill, crossed Ridley Creek at Long Point, 484 yards to the south. Thousands of beaver skins yearly were carried down to the first Dutch and Swedish settlers on...
    • Indigenous peoples; Monuments & memorials; Historic sites;
    • Indian Hannah monument

    • Monument reads: 'Indian Hannah, 1730-1802. The last of the Indians in Chester County was born in the vale about 300 yards to the east on the land of the protector of her people, the Quaker assemblyman William Webb. Her mother was Indian Sarah and...
    • Indigenous peoples; Monuments & memorials; Historic sites;

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