Enjoy a photographic tour of Pennsylvania's Delaware Division Canal! On this site are photos that the webmaster has taken in recent years of the Delaware Canal. The photos cover the entire 60-mile canal from Easton to Bristol. The dates after each photo is when the Webmaster took them. Each section has 3-6 photos in it.
Look at the bottom of each page. Scrolling information is there.
The Delaware Canal was built to bring coal to Philadelphia-Area markets. Construction began in 1827. It ceased operating in 1931. The Canal became a State Park in 1940.
Grundy Mill Building and Bristol Lagoon, Bristol, PA. When southbound Delaware Canal Boatmen saw the Mill's Clock Tower, they knew their journey's end was near. Photo taken by the Webmaster, 10/30/03
Hold your mouse on the photo (a few seconds might be needed) to see an alternate photo of Bristol Lagoon. When you take your mouse off the photo, the main photo returns. Alternate photo taken by the Webmaster, 10/25/03. The alternate photo may be changed periodically.
For more information on either changing photo, click there to go to the Bristol Lagoon Photo Section.
Special Section! Lock 11, New Hope, PA being restored and made operational!
|Go to February, 2004 Restoration Photos|
|Go to May, 2004 Restoration Photos|
|Go to September, 2004 Restoration Photos|
|Go to Easton Area Photos|
|Go to Raubsville to Riegelsville Photos|
|Go to Durham Furnace to Kintnersville Photos|
|Go to Lodi and Uhlertown Photos|
|Go to Erwinna to Locks 15-16, Smithtown Photos|
|Go to Point Pleasant Area Photos|
|Go to Lumberville and Lumberton Photos|
|Go to Route 202 Bridge to Northern New Hope Photos|
|Go to Locktender's House area, New Hope Photos|
|Go to Southern New Hope Photos|
|Go to Washington Crossing Area Photos|
|Go to Northern Yardley Area Photos|
|Go to Southern Yardley to Black Rock Road Photos|
|Go to Morrisville Area Photos|
|Go to Tullytown Area Photos|
|Go to Bristol Lagoon Photos|
|Go to Bristol, PA, Grundy Mill to Mill Street Photos|
|Go to Bristol,PA Lock One to Delaware River Photos|
Another website you might enjoy!
|Go to NJ Canals|
Links to other web sites:
|Friends of the Delaware Canal|
|Canal Society of NJ|
|The American Canal Society|