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Dark Hollow Park Near the Mill Road Bridge in Jamison, PA
Philadelphia

A rusting bridge above the Jamison Creek in Warwick and Buckingham Townships in Bucks county, Pennsylvania. Located in the heart of the Dark Hollow Park.  The bridge cannot be accessed by car because of its structural damages. The area near the bridge is over taken by vegetation and remains a fishing spot for many.  

Copyright: Marc Dubus
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Uploaded: 23/05/2012
Updated: 23/07/2014
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Tags: bridge; rust; steel; damaged; broken; creek; water trees; blocked; mill road; jamison; fishing; vegetation; dark hollow park; park; hollow; dark
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