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Bristol Wharf Along the Delaware River in Bristol PA
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The borough of Bristol stands by the Delaware river just across from New Jersey. Local point of interest include the Bristol Riverside Theatre, and the Margaret R. Grundy Library and Museum. There are many festivals and concerts in the summer.

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Uploaded: 22/04/2012
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Tags: pier; king george inn; restaurant; trees; burlington island; burlington bristol bridge; bristol riverside theatre; margaret r. grundy library and museum; bristol wharf
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